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  • Guiding Faculty for Ethical Recruiting

  • Summary

    What are the legal and ethical implications for faculty when they help students with employment opportunities? How can relationships between faculty, career professionals, and recruiters be positively impacted through ethical and legal recruiting guidelines?

    Discover how career services and university relations and recruiting professionals can work with faculty to ensure ethical recruiting and hiring practices. Gain insights from the latest version of NACE’s “Faculty Guide to Ethical and Legal Standards in Student Employment.”

    Join Gihan Fernando, executive director of the American University Career Center, and explore topics such as candidate referrals, referring candidates of diverse backgrounds, and providing references. Leave with tangible methods to maintain ethical relationships between faculty, career services staff and recruiters.

    Following this program, you will be able to:

    • Understand the legal and ethical implications of student recruitment for faculty;
    • Understand how faculty, university relations and career offices can work together effectively, legally, and ethically; and
    • Formulate methods for career services and faculty to partner for better recruiting.


    Gihan Fernando, Executive Director, American University Career Center

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