JobPlace is for NACE members
to share with colleagues from other colleges and universities. Jobplace is open
to all staff members at NACE-member offices.
Web-Based or E-mail Access
You can subscribe, read, and respond to fellow Jobplace members; change your subscription e-mail address; unsubscribe; or read the archives online.
If you would prefer to participate in
the discussion by e-mail, send your messages to email@example.com.
(Please note: If you reply to a message, your reply will go to the whole
Jobplace list. To reply directly to a message, copy the sender's e-mail
address and forward your message.)
- Discussion on Jobplace is polite and
- Keep your messages short. State your
opinion or question simply.
- Do not rely on your messages being
confidential or private.
- While debate is welcome, personal
attacks are not. You may not send harassing, libelous, defamatory, or obscene
materials. Do not use ethnic slurs, racial epithets, or anything else that may
be construed as disparagement or harassment of others. Curse words—or
abbreviations of curse words—are prohibited.
- Please note:
The first few messages you send to the Jobplace group will be held briefly
in a queue so that NACE staff can monitor incoming and outgoing e-mail.
This ensures that spam doesn't get sent to Jobplace listserv
Job Opportunities and Other Advertising
advertising, promotional, and commercial solicitation is strictly prohibited.
- job opportunities, (please use Jobwire to advertise opportunities in your office),
- career and job fairs,
- web-based services,
- e-mail or online polls, surveys, and/or
focus groups, or
- other career/recruitment
a general discussion of professional resources is welcome, discussion of a specific
vendor, product, or resource is not allowed. NACE is not responsible for
statements made by subscribers to Jobplace as to the legitimacy of any
business. If you wish to get opinions or recommendations of a commercial
product, please ask that all e-mail be directed to your e-mail box and not to
- Do not post messages for other people.
- Discussion of most career services
topics online is encouraged. If you post a question of interest to your
colleagues, please collect the answers and send a summary of responses to the
- Any copying and/or downloading of
copyrighted material to Jobplace must be with express written permission of the
person or organization that owns the copyright. This includes copying of NACE
materials. If you have any questions, contact Claudia Allen, NACE permissions
Formatting Your Messages
- When posting a message to Jobplace,
please include your name, organization, and an e-mail address at the end of
your message. You may include your title, and a telephone number. Keep your
signature short—no more than five lines.
- Include a subject in the "subject
line" of your message. This will help other Jobplace subscribers choose
among the messages to read and respond to, and will make your
questions/answers/discussion easier to find in the archives.
- Please post messages in plain text
format. HTML and rich text formatting cannot be read by all e-mail software and
may display with unreadable random characters.
If you need assistance, contact Claudia Allen.
you own the copyright to your individual messages and materials that you place
on JobPlace, NACE compiles the messages and materials and owns the compilation
of messages and materials. By subscribing to JobPlace, you are giving consent
for NACE to use your messages in the compilation in any manner that NACE sees
fit. NACE archives the compilation of messages and materials, and makes them available
to NACE members, NACE staff, and other selected persons. The archives remain
on NACEWeb. By subscribing to Jobplace, you are also consenting to this
specific use of your messages on Jobplace and in the archives.