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ASU Career and Professional Development Services partners with faculty, staff and academic professionals to encourage student success during college and after graduation. Our Career Advisors receive ongoing training in methods and concepts based on established career development theory and research.
Career and Professional Development Services offers a variety of resources to benefit your students. We offer presentations and workshops on several topics related to career development. If you would like to schedule a guest speaker, or if you are planning to miss a day of class, we can cover for you! You might even consider adding a Career and Professional Development Services activity as a class assignment!
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Encourage (or require) your students to attend a Career and Professional Development Services event this semester. We sponsor many workshops, panels and career fairs to help your students be successful in their job search. Check our career events calendar regularly.
If you want to be a bridge for your students and Career and Professional Development Services, here are some simple things you can do to make us more accessible to your students.
Curious about what your students are doing after they graduate? Contact us for the latest statistics including top industries and average salaries of graduates.
Your students can use our website to evaluate career options, learn about internships and launch their career. Our site includes detailed information about cover letters and resumes, interviewing, business etiquette, portfolios, graduate school admissions processes, effective job and internship search strategies, and more.
Career Interest Areas
Career Interest Areas help students connect their personality, abilities and passions to identify potential career paths. Using Career Interest Areas as a guide, CPDS can help students design a personalized plan that will leverage their skills and experiences to achieve their career goals.
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