Information for Employers

Welcome to the Office of Career Services 

There are many recruiting options available for employers who wish to hire Rollins College students and alumni. We are delighted to help you recruit and support high-quality interns, entry-level hires and mid- or high-level employees. Rollins offers flexible options to meet your recruiting needs and we look forward to creating mutually beneficial and effective partnerships. This page describes several ways for you to advertise available positions and identify potential contributors to your organization. Please be sure to review our Campus Recruiting Policies below.

 

Posting a Job or Internship

Employers may list a position (undergraduate internship, full-time entry level, full-time experienced or part-time) for Rollins College students and/or alumni, using our online job posting system, Jobs for Tars. Listing a job with Rollins College is easy and free of charge. To post a position, please first review the guidelines on our Post a Job or Internship page.

 

Career & Internship Expo 

Each spring, the Rollins College Career & Internship Expo provides an opportunity for you to meet with hundreds of quality students and alumni from Rollins College, including undergraduate students with and without prior work experience, master's level students, MBA students, and alumni from all of these programs. Click here for more information about the 2011 Rollins College Career & Internship Expo.

 

Campus Recruiting

Employers are invited to spend a half or full day at Rollins interviewing students and/or alumni for your professional entry-level job openings or internship positions. If you are interested in coming to campus to interview students or alumni, please contact the Office of Career Services at 407-646-2195.

 

Internships

Internships are an excellent way for Rollins students to contribute their talents and ideas to your organization in exchange for opportunities to learn outside of the classroom. For more information about the Rollins Internship Program, visit the Internship Posting Policies page.

 

Campus Map & Directions

Directions to campus, parking information and a campus map may be found here

 

Campus Recruiting Policies

  1. Potential employers seeking to conduct on-campus student recruitment (that includes, but is not limited to, conducting pre-scheduled interviews, setting up a table in a common area, participating in career and job fairs) must contact the Office of Career Services for permission and to schedule an appropriate date, time and location. Scheduling of an on-campus visit must be made at least one week prior to the date of the event.

  2. Employers conducting on-campus recruiting cannot have any up-front associated costs for students related to the student being employed or being considered for employment. This includes, but is not limited to, membership fees; start-up fees; fees for lessons; portfolios or placement fees; and the purchase of tools, samples, or sales kits.

  3. On-campus recruitment activities cannot be combined with the marketing and or sale of products or services to students.

  4. When recruiting from a table that is provided in a common area, employers must restrict all recruiting activities to the immediate vicinity of the table and refrain from approaching students in other nearby areas. The college retains the right to demand recruiters vacate college property if they fail to comply with any of the policies or procedures outlined in this document or any other reasonable request from a college official.

  5. The Office of Career Services maintains a listing of job opportunities submitted by employers desiring to hire students. The posting of a printed copy of the job listings will be limited to designated areas around campus including the Office of Career Services and strategically located bulletin boards around campus regulated by the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership.

  6. Employment opportunities submitted by employers for the office’s job listing service cannot have any up-front associated costs for students related to the student being employed or being considered for employment. This includes, but is not limited to, membership fees; start-up fees; fees for lessons; portfolios or placement fees; and the purchase of tools, samples, or sales kits.

  7. Employment opportunities submitted by employers for the office’s job listing service cannot be combined with the marketing and or sale of products or services to students.

  8. Job listings submitted to the office must comply with the College’s employment non-discrimination policy.

  9. The College retains the right to remove any job listing from the job listing service without consulting or informing the employer who submitted the listing.

  10. Posters and flyers advertising employment opportunities for students must receive approval from the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership. Any employment posters or flyers posted or distributed on campus without approval will be immediately removed.

  11. Third-party recruiters may only participate in on-campus recruiting or job posting if they disclose the client (company name) for whom the position is posted. This disclosure must be made to the Office of Career Services staff as well as to any potential applicants.

  12. All employers are required to adhere to the NACE Principles for Professional Practice for Career Services & Employment Professionals. 

 

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NACE Principles for Professional Practice 

 


Contact Us

170 W. Fairbanks Bldg.
1st Floor
1000 Holt Avenue - 2757
Winter Park, FL 32789
407.646.2195
careercenter@rollins.edu