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Volunteer & Give
There has never been a greater opportunity to make a difference. Learn how alumni support and involvement helps the W. P. Carey School educate the next generation of leaders and build the future of business.
Ways of Giving
Investments of time, treasure, and good ideas are all valuable to our mission — and the value of your W. P. Carey degree. We look forward to helping you find opportunities to get involved.
W. P. Carey Alumni Council
Alumni Council members advance our goals through direct action, input, and collaboration. Bringing perspectives from a variety of degree backgrounds, grad years, and locations, this distinguished group plays a key role in the enhancement of the school and its alumni initiatives.Join us
Recruit our students
Many of our alumni also recruit at W. P. Carey. Connect with the W. P. Carey Career Services Center to learn about specific ways you and your business can engage with and hire the next generation of talented business leaders.
Volunteer and service events
We love giving back to our community, as a community. Annual volunteer and service events provide you with a chance to engage with fellow alumni during organized outreach activities. Find upcoming sessions in our alumni events calendar.
Give to W. P. Carey
Paul Cutler (BS Finance ’81) and his wife Judy established gifts to support the continued growth of the W. P. Carey Department of Finance. "ASU had a material impact on me," Paul says. "We are thrilled to give back to an institution that was an instrumental part of my development and continues to innovate and promote our future business leaders."
The opportunity to attend college is the first of many made possible by alumni giving. Take action to enable more dreams.
Advisory boards and councils
Within our esteemed academic departments and across the school as a whole, there are many ways to help the W. P. Carey School reach the next level. More than 350 corporations and senior business leaders partner with us through school advisory boards and councils.
Alumni gifts of time, money, and knowledge are critical to our advancement in education, research, and beyond. Together, we can transform lives and advance the common good like never before.
Gifts of all sizes make a difference.
Even pocket change can add up to make an impact. To put things in perspective, it would take donations of just:
- $1 from 50 alumni to support four hours of free tutoring for a student
- $5 from 40 alumni to send a student to a case competition
- $5 from 80 alumni to cover a student’s textbooks for the semester
- $10 from 1,000 alumni to support a networking event for students to connect with professionals
Now imagine the power of your pocket change, pooled with that of 120,000+ fellow business alums. See how your contributions can help build the future of business.
How will you engage?
From events to mentorship to guest speaking and more, there are many ways to give back, get involved, and stay engaged with your alma mater.
Read W. P. Carey alumni perspectives on the impact of generosity, involvement, and more.
A role model for giving time, talent, and treasure
Phil Calandra (MBA ’75) has had a relationship with the W. P. Carey School of Business since his graduation in several ways: initially as a member of the former MBA Council, now as a San Francisco Bay Area-based W. P. Carey Alumni Council member.
Giving back on campus and beyond
Through his involvement in the W. P. Carey Alumni Council, Seth Crawford (BS Marketing '94, MS Agribusiness '97) hopes to help students realize how crucial it is to develop a curiosity for education.
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More from ASU
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ASU Cares is a longstanding series of annual volunteer community service projects organized across the country by ASU Alumni and its chapters.
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