Career development

Senior year is the time to polish your brand and expand your network so people will get to know you, your brand, and ultimately the value you can provide an organization.

35 years ago, Joe Killalea had just graduated from the University of West Florida and was hired as an entry-level systems analyst by Exxon Company USA. Since 1980, his role has evolved from programmer to project manager within the ExxonMobil Information Technology (EMIT) organization.

Studying abroad offers distinct professional development opportunities to business students — particularly those who embrace the process, and dare to get lost along the way.
So the career fair is approaching and you’ve narrowed down the list of companies you’re planning on talking to. You’ve done your research. Now you need to practice what you will say when you approach the recruiters at the career fair! This is your opportunity to convince the employers you have the skills and knowledge they are looking for in a job and/or internship candidate.
At ASU's W. P. Carey School of Business, we understand that the return on your investment in a degree can't be measured on a spreadsheet alone. It's in the way your career progresses, the way you're prepared for the challenges ahead, and even in the example you set for your family.<