• Resources for Students - Ethics

  • Considering an Opportunity to Work as an Independent Contractor? Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions

    For many individuals, self-employment as an independent contractor can be a rewarding and satisfying career option. As is true with any employment relationship you enter, it’s important to understand the roles and responsibilities of everyone involved.

    Playing Fair: Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Job Seeker


    Choosing and attaining meaningful post-graduation employment is an important challenge for college students.


    A Student's Guide to Interviewing With Third-Party Recruiters

    As you conduct your job search you will find that some employers hire third-party organizations to assist them in identifying and hiring college students. An employer can hire a third-party organization to do on-campus recruiting, represent the company at a job fair, screen job candidates who apply through an Internet web site, or other hiring activities. Many college career centers allow third-party recruiters to work with students through their offices. Some have special policies that apply to how, when, and where third-party recruiters can work with students. The (name of your career services office) at (name of your college/university) recommends that you be aware of issues that are pertinent to working with these organizations. (Career services staff can insert a statement that tells students where they can read the institution's policy on third-party recruiters.)