As a W. P. Carey student, your classroom experience is just one part of your preparation for a successful career. We also offer a variety of outstanding extracurricular programs and activities to provide you with practical, real-world experiences that complement your classroom studies and prepare you to become one of tomorrow’s business leaders.
Among our extracurricular programs and activities are:
You also have access to thousands of ASU student organizations.
Supply Chain Organizations
It is especially important to get involved in a professional organization associated with your major. This will provide you with an opportunity to network with professionals in the field to better prepare you for life outside the classroom.
ASU Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA-ASU)
SCMA-ASU is a student-run organization with a focus on networking and career development in the supply chain management area. Benefits of membership include (but are not limited to):
- Resume book accessible to SCM recruiters
- Admission to the SCM Career Fair
- Opportunities to network with industry leaders and fellow supply chain students
- Leadership opportunities within SCMA committees
- Valuable/meaningful experiences to share in interviews
You can also join supply chain-related professional organizations while you are a student. Some SCM-related organizations:
Peer advisors work in collaboration with business academic advisors to assist incoming first-year students during undergraduate orientation. The peer advisors assist in the course-selection process, help clarify requirements and serve as a role model for first-year students.This is a great opportunity to share your experiences within the SCM program – and peer advising is a paid position.
Camp Carey Student Facilitator
One of the most important elements of Camp Carey is the interaction between freshmen and older W. P. Carey School of Business students. Student facilitators are responsible for a group of freshmen students, guiding them through Camp Carey. Facilitators are provided with meals, lodging, transportation, training and materials.
ASU 101 Facilitators
ASU 101 is a required student-success course. Facilitating ASU 101 allows you to gain valuable public speaking and leadership experience while perfecting your communication skills. You will have a unique opportunity to help and guide incoming freshmen by sharing your ASU experiences with them. This program also encourages you to develop relationships with staff, faculty and your peers within the W. P. Carey School of Business. Facilitators receive three hours of upper-division business elective credit for WPC 394.