Recruiting Policies and Procedures for Employers

Thank you for your interest in employing our students and alumnae and for your participation in our recruiting programs.  We would like to take this opportunity to share with you our new policies for recruiting (on and off campus) at Barnard College.

Barnard’s Career Development office has developed a set of policies and guidelines to which all recruiting partners must agree. Your agreement is understood given your participation in any and all (on and/or off campus) recruiting activities and programs through the Career Development office at Barnard College.  The shared commitment to these policies and guidelines, by both recruiting partners and the college, provides the foundation for a fair and ethical recruiting process. While it is not possible to outline all of the behaviors and actions that are in conflict with a fair recruiting process, Barnard’s Career Development asks that you review your company's recruiting actions and ensure that they reflect both the spirit and intent of fairness.

Barnard’s Career Development makes its programs and activities available to organizations and individuals whose behavior and practices are in accordance with Federal, State and local laws, the College’s established policies, and) Principles of Professional Conduct outlined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Below you will find and overview of the policies and procedures that govern the recruitment program through Career Development at Barnard College.  Please become familiar with them and use them as a reference throughout the year.

*Barnard requires that ALL students to be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits to participate in on-campus recruitment programs including but not limited to internships.