Services and Resources
Students in the computer information systems program at the W. P. Carey School of Business are recruited by a wide range of employers. In fact, Arizona State University is a national recruiting school for many top companies across the country and around the world. Fortune 500 companies along with governmental and not-for-profit sectors are keenly interested in attracting our graduates.
To prepare you for these exciting internship and full-time positions, the W. P. Carey School operates its own Business Career Center to assist undergraduate students and a Graduate Career Center to support graduate students in their employment search. In addition, the university offers ASU Career Services as a resource to both students and employers. The ASU Career Services Center delivers a full array of services, including career counseling and the coordination of thousands of interviews each year.
Our career advisors have the expertise to help you clarify your career goals, develop your interviewing skills and structure and implement an effective job search. We host workshops, panels, networking events and company receptions specific to all phases of your career search. In the fall and spring, we organize career fairs attended by nationally recognized employers. Our career centers offer a variety of personalized services and advanced resources, including:
- Resume and cover letter writing
- Researching career paths and specific organizations
- Enhancing interview skills
- Professional networking
- Pursuing job and internship opportunities
- Evaluating offers
- Career library resources
Information Systems Career Mixers
Monday, September 23, 2013
4:30PM - 7:00PM
To Be Announced
The Information Systems Career Mixers are designed for W. P. Carey School of Business undergraduate information systems and graduate information management students. This event gives student the opportunity to interact with industry professionals. We recommend students dress professionally and bring their resumes. This event is sponsored by the Department of Information Systems.