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    Case Study: Employer Access and Partnerships

    An employer has a partnership arrangement with a career center and wants special access to diverse students. How does the career center balance its relationship with the employer and its responsibilities to students?

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    Recruitment Toolkit Worksheet

    Use the Recruitment Toolkit Worksheet, provided courtesy of Jeff Brzozowski, The Travelers Companies, and Suzanne Helbig, University of California – Irvine, to identify areas of opportunity to leverage career services more effectively to improve recruiting outcomes.

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    Employer Nondiscrimination Policy Statement

    This Employer Nondiscrimination Policy Statement can be used by NACE members to indicate that they are committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, citizenship status (as defined under the Immigration Reform and Control Act), disability, or veterans status.

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    Sample Employer Reference Letter

    A sample employer reference letter that may be printed and personalized to suit NACE member needs.

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    Building a Successful University Relations Program on a Dime

    A common mistake many companies make when building a university recruiting (UR) program is to focus on identifying core schools first. While this is a critical task, it’s not one of the first steps to tackle, especially if you need to build a university recruiting program when funds are low. Many companies have tightened their belts in recent years, so UR professionals must be creative with limited resources and human capital; it’s all about delivering more with less. As such, your first order of business should be to look inside instead of outward.