In the past, it has been appropriate and advantageous to [name of institution] students and alumni for the Division of Career Services to work on their behalf with third-party recruiters.
In providing services for third-party recruiters, University policy requires that:
Career Services will promote the job and pertinent information through normal channels which may include the website, posting on bulletin boards, referral to faculty and/or staff, and/or direct referral to candidates. The third-party recruiters will be listed as the contact and identified as an employment agency.
If a third party-recruiter wishes to interview candidates on campus, or attend career fairs, that recruiter will agree to abide by the above policies and to identify the represented employer(s) to both Career Services and potential university interviewees. Third-party recruiters who elect to interview on campus should understand that the candidate information provided by Career Services is to be used exclusively for the employer(s) so identified.
I have read and agree to abide by the above university policies.
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Median number of career center staff
Median number of students to professional staff
Percent of career centers that provide internship assistance
# of organizations participating in career fairs (median)
Median operating budget for career center
2016-17 Career Services Benchmark Survey