Student Events

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership hosts many events that are available only to current Arizona State University students. These might include intimate lunch-and-learn type events with our lecture series speakers, lectures with visiting scholars or public figures visiting the school. 

Some of these events might be specifically for civic and economic thought and leadership major or minor students. If you have any questions about an event, please email us at SCETLEvents@asu.edu and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have. 

The SCETL Advantage Series: Resume Workshop


September 24 | 4 - 5:30 p.m. MST | Online

Work with the experts in ASU’s Career Services and the staff and faculty at the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership to develop the resume and cover letter that will land you your dream job or internship. The experts will offer ​tips and tricks on writing a resume that is tailored to your target job, and preparing a portfolio that showcases your strengths and experience. 

Register to attend. 

The SCETL Advantage Series: Interviewing Workshop


October 15 | 4 p.m. MST | Online

Work with the experts in ASU’s Career Services and the staff and faculty at the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership to develop and perfect your ​in person and virtual interviewing skills and how to appropriately follow-up after you’ve completed an interview. Find out how to research, prepare, dress, and conduct yourself at the interview to make your interview a success.  

Register to attend. 

The SCETL Advantage Series: “Liberal Education: How Not to Get Automated Out of a Job by 2030” with Meg Richardson

The SCETL Advantage Series: “Liberal Education: How Not to Get Automated Out of a Job by 2030” with Meg Richardson


November 12 | 4:30 p.m. MST | Online

Uber. Airbnb. Venmo. Google. Facebook. What do these organizations have in common? They're businesses. But they're also disrupters. Every industry across every sector is being disrupted in some way. Businesses are changing. And that means professionals need to change as well. Hear Meg Richardson, Chief of Staff to the President of Devex, a media platform for the global development community, tell her story and discuss how a liberal arts education like SCETL’s equips students with the intellectual versatility to succeed in the rapidly-changing information economy of the 21st century. 

Reserve your seat.

Civic Awareness Award

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership has launched a new program for ASU students to earn recognition for attending events hosted by the school and its two centers. To learn more about the Civic Awarness Award, click here