The goal of the Career Center at Truman is to provide the best possible service to our employers as well as to provide excellent employment opportunities for our students. The Career Center reserves the right to deny an employer privileges to participate in the below activities if said employer attempts to mislead or withhold information about the structure of their company, the nature of their recruiting practices or noncompliance with Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) standards. At no time should an employer sell directly or indirectly while recruiting on campus or via the Career Center website.
The following guidelines have been developed for employers wishing to participate in any of the following events sponsored by our Career Center. Services may include:
Employers are persons or firms having control over the employment of workers and the payment of their wages.
Third-Party Recruiters – Refer to the definition provided by NACE, National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Temporary Agencies or Staffing Services – Refer to the definition provided by NACE.
Outsourcing Contractors or Leasing Agencies – Refer to the definition provided by NACE.
Network Marketing Companies – are not considered “employers” by the Career Center and are not eligible to participate in on-campus recruiting, job postings on our job board, employer presentations, and/or sponsorships for on-campus activities. Network marketing companies are defined by the Truman State University Career Center as having the following characteristics:
Commission-based Positions – are based solely on commission and are not eligible for participation in our job board or on-campus recruiting. For other positions that provide a base pay plus commission, the Truman State University Career Center reserves the right to request the following information be submitted for review prior to any recruitment activity:
Equal Employment Opportunity Standards – Refer to the definition and information provided by EEO.
The Truman State University Career Center reserves the right to deny an employer recruiting and job posting privileges if the company misleads, withholds information about the nature of the position or is in noncompliance with Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Standards.
Internship development for Truman State University students is a partnership between the employer, the college and the student. Potential internship opportunities and sites will be subject to review by the university departmental faculty to determine academic appropriateness and educational value.
Employers Offering Unpaid Internships – Refer to the Internship Programs Under the Fair Labor Standards Act. (PDF)
For employer and internship questions, contact:
Assocaite Dean of Student Affairs & Director of the University Career Center