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ASU Student Job Search & Entrepreneurship Resources


Explore part-time work opportunities available to ASU students, both on campus and off campus, to gain valuable work experience while balancing your studies. Check out ASU's Student Employment website for job listings through ASU and resources on how to find part-time work that aligns with your interests and schedule or Handshake for even more postings.

Discover full-time work opportunities that can propel your career forward. ASU's Career Services provides resources and career advising to help you find and secure full-time positions that align with your career goals. Utilize Handshake to search for specific positions for you. 

Unleash your creativity and entrepreneurial spirit with freelance opportunities. Freelance work typically refers to short-term projects or assignments completed by an individual on a contract basis. These projects may include writing, graphic design, web development, or other specialized skills. Freelancers are often self-employed and can work with a variety of clients.

ASU offers a variety of on-campus student employment opportunities that allow you to gain practical work experience while contributing to the university community. Visit ASU's Student Employment website to explore job opportunities available exclusively to ASU students.

ASU empowers students to bring their entrepreneurial ideas to life with resources and support for creating a startup. The J. Orin Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute provides mentorship, funding opportunities, and workshops to help you turn your vision into a reality. 

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Case Study

This program helped me explore a possible career path and helped me develop a better understanding of what HR does. I have learned the functions of the Human Resources Department and how their operations impact their employees and the organization as a whole. Overall, the internship has shown me all sides of the HR process and has helped me conclude that I want to work in Human Resources as a career after graduation.

Karina Sumner
Business Communication

Employment & Entrepreneurship Examples

  • Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS)


    Join the national award-winning social entrepreneurship program that tackles engineering-based problems for different industries and organizations. Design, build and deploy systems to solve real-world problems with a common theme of finding environmentally friendly solutions!

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    Venture Devils


    Discover services available to ASU students who are looking to start a new startup venture or have already started one.

  • The State Press Work Opportunities


    The State Press is an award-winning multimedia news organization looking to hire the next great student journalists! SP operates a daily news website and a magazine that publishes three times each semester.

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    The DreamBuilder program through the Thunderbird School of Global Management offers free online training and certifications available to women interested in starting or growing small businesses.

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    This no-cost opportunity is offered to Native American women entrepreneurs from the Hualapai, Tohono O'odham, San Carlos Apache, White Mountain Apache, and Navajo tribes that allows them to participate in MBA-level business classes, career coaching sessions and networking opportunities.

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    NSF I-Corps


    Through the real-world, hands-on, immersive NSF Innovation Corps (I-Corps™) program, you will learn the entrepreneurial skills necessary to identify market opportunities for the discoveries emerging from your research.

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    Health Entrepreneurship Accelerator Lab


    ASU’s Health Entrepreneurship Accelerator Lab (HEALab) can offer you a vast array of resources necessary to bring your health-related business venture to market.

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    Clinton Global Initiative University


    Join a dynamic community of college students who are committed to developing innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. Connect with leading experts in business, technology and social impact.

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    Search for part-time and full-time jobs on Handshake. Check out this list of positions that may fit your interests.

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    Student Employment Job Search


    Find student employment on and off campus. Browse job opportunities that are flexible with your schedule, available at ASU.

  • America Reads


    The America Reads Program at ASU provides educational resources for families and also partners with local community organizations and Title I schools to provide tutoring and mentoring programs for underserved youth.

  • Student-Made at ASU


    Student-Made offers a marketplace curated for and by Arizona State University (ASU) students with a primary focus on encouraging entrepreneurship and innovation across the ASU community. The platform serves as a dynamic tool, equipping students with the necessary resources to showcase their businesses and creations.

  • Blackstone LaunchPad


    Blackstone LaunchPad, the signature program of the Blackstone Charitable Foundation, seeks to close the opportunity gap by equipping college and university students with the entrepreneurial skills they need to build lasting careers.