Career Advising: Appointments & Drop-In Hours

Schedule a Career Advising Appointment

Book an appointment with a career advisor to talk about topics ranging from career exploration, resume/CV review, networking, and more.  In-person and virtual appointments available to current students and ASU Alumni.

Virtual Drop-in Career Advising

Drop-in career advising is perfect for quick resume reviews, to get advice on searching for your next opportunity, or just quick questions on resources.

Drop-in advising is available Monday through Wednesday from 10 a.m. – noon (AZ time) to meet with a member of the Career & Professional Development Services team.

On Campus Career Drop-in Advising

On campus drop-in career advising is now available in the Multicultural Communities of Excellence at the campus locations below. Stop by and talk to staff to get a quick resume review or talk through topics like searching for opportunities or networking. All students welcome, no appointments needed!

Downtown Phoenix Campus
Wednesday’s from 11:00 am -12:00 pm @ Taylor Place 130

Polytechnic Campus
Wednesday’s from 1:00-2:00 pm @ Citrus Pavillion 123

Tempe Campus
Thursday’s from 3:30-4:30 pm @ Student Pavillion 321

West Campus
Wednesday’s from 11:00 am -12:00 pm @ UCB 264

Setting Your Own Professional Goals

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Last Updated June 29, 2021

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Why, how, and who you should be talking to right now.

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