Career Development

ASU provides a variety of services to help Sun Devils get on a successful career path. Learn about these resources to support your student from first year to graduation and beyond.

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How student employment helps Sun Devils learn career competencies

How can Sun Devils learn career competencies during their time at ASU? One of the best ways to do this is by getting a part-time job on campus. Staff from ASU Career and Professional Development Services and the ASU First-Year Success Center provide insights on the benefits of student employment and more.

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Transitions: Upper-division students at ASU

While the transition to upper-division levels in college can be exciting, students often start to feel additional pressure due to more complicated projects and highly focused courses. Three ASU Psychology Department faculty members discuss what Sun Devils can expect in the upper-division years and point out some resources to help them succeed.

 

Why ASU students study abroad and how it impacts them

Whether it was learning to speak Chinese in Shanghai, helping the indigenous people in rural Peru, or exploring the diverse culture in South Africa, six ASU Study Abroad students have one thing in common: studying abroad changed them in positive ways and helped set them up for success.

 

What to expect when your ASU student decides to Study Abroad

ASU’s Assistant Vice Provost of Academic and Global Engagement Jennifer Malerich discusses the many different types of Study Abroad programs, the positive impact of global learning, and how Sun Devil family members can support their students in applying for and completing a program.

 

What does innovation mean to you and your Sun Devil?

Dr. Minu Ipe, ASU’s Knowledge Enterprise Architect, and Christina Ngo, a University Innovation Fellow, discuss what being ranked No. 1 for innovation means for Sun Devils. Learn how innovation, an integral part of the university’s DNA, provides students with opportunities to collaborate on research and studies to create solutions.

 

How do ASU students become internship-ready, freshman year and beyond?

Two ASU student leaders from the Career and Professional Development Services office discuss the importance of college internships and how Sun Devils can prepare for those opportunities using Handshake and other university resources.

 

How student employment helps Sun Devils learn career competencies

How can Sun Devils learn career competencies during their time at ASU? One of the best ways to do this is by getting a part-time job on campus. Staff from ASU Career and Professional Development Services and the ASU First-Year Success Center provide insights on the benefits of student employment and more.

 

How to support your ASU student in selecting the right major

Many ASU students change their majors at least once before graduation. Find out how the university can help you and your student with one of the more challenging aspects of college — finding a major that matches the student's talents, interests and career goals.

 

How to get a student job and the benefits of working on the ASU campus

Even as early as freshman year, finding a part-time job on the Arizona State University campus can be a great option for Sun Devils. Join this discussion of the benefits of student jobs from a student worker and an ASU staff member and parent.

 

Supporting Your Sun Devil's Career Exploration and Development

ASU staff and faculty members delve into the topic of a student’s career exploration timeline, providing advice on searching for internships, how families can support their student’s career development, and more.