Access our talent

From undergraduates to master’s students to PhD candidates, W. P. Carey students are prepared to lead by developing communication, critical thinking, and decision-making skills and learning how to apply them to the business challenges and uncertainty ahead. Our faculty is leading-edge, developing new models and practical insights to lead businesses forward.

Work with the W. P. Carey School to provide your organization both the talent and expertise critical to your success.

Recruit our students

Whether you’re looking to hire for internships or full-time positions, we educate current and future business leaders to compete in an increasingly complex and ever-changing environment.

Recruit W. P. Carey students

Contact us

Learn more about recruiting undergraduate students:
Leah Mills
Assistant Director, Employer Relations

Corporate Applied Projects

Another way to tap into the talent and knowledge of W. P. Carey students is through a Corporate Applied Project. Our students are available to work on identifying, researching, proposing and/or implementing solutions for real business problems faced by your organization.

Faculty expertise

W. P. Carey faculty are highly regarded and acknowledged globally as influential researchers and consultants. They actively teach in all programs offered in the business school and hold worldwide recognition as researchers in their fields and extensive ties to the business community. Visit our faculty directory to learn more about the W. P. Carey faculty and their areas of expertise, and discover our latest research insights by visiting Research and Ideas.

Become a mentor

Support the professional development of future business leaders by serving as a mentor in the W. P. Carey School of Business Professional Mentorship Program. This program pairs professionals with W. P. Carey undergraduate and graduate students for 12-week structured mentoring partnerships, allowing you to share your experience and real-world knowledge as students develop their career paths.

Less structured and more informal mentorship opportunities are also available as a member of the ASU Mentor Network.