You are invited to recruit students if you are an employer with genuine employment and/or internship opportunities.
Genuine employment is defined as full-time or part-time compensatory positions, either salaried or hourly (not commission-only or salary draw), and does not require the candidate to pay a fee for application procedures, training, membership, products, equipment, or other job-related expenses. Employment may not require candidates to use their social media profiles, personal data (i.e.: bank accounts, social security numbers, etc.) during the application process. Employment may not include those related to the adult entertainment industry. Employment may not be based on a "pyramid-style" networking structure, requiring the recruitment of others, who recruit others, etc. to sell products or services. Positions in private homes and/or for personal services (i.e.: babysitting, lawn work, personal care) may not be posted.
As members of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), our expectation is that any interaction with students or alumni is in compliance with the NACE Principles for Professional Conduct. Likewise, if recruiting for an internship, our expectation is that the opportunity meets the NACE definition of an internship and complies with the Fair Labor Standards Act.
All employers must comply with all federal and state Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws (Title VI and IX, and ADA). Release of candidate information from recruiting activities is intended exclusively for the identified employer. Re-disclosure of candidate information is not permitted.
Third party recruiters and staffing agencies may recruit for genuine employment and/or internship positions, provided it is made clear that candidates will be working through a third party. Positions must be located within the United States; recruiting candidates for foreign employment is prohibited. We reserve the right to request the name and information about the originating employer at any time. All other aspects of this policy must be observed.
We reserve the right to deny access to recruiting services to any employer or third party recruiter/staffing agency at any time.
Recruiting Activities May Include:
When strategically planned, an information session can be an important part of your overall campus recruiting approach. Hosting a session allows you to promote your company’s job and internship opportunities as well as meet potential candidates prior to campus interviews or other recruiting-related events.
The Office of Career Services invites employers to interview students for part-time and full-time career and internship positions. Interviews can take place any time during the recruiting season and can be in coordination with other on-campus recruiting activities or done as a stand-alone activity.