As a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, we adhere to its Principles for Professional Practice. All employers seeking to recruit Bryant students are expected to review and comply with the following guidelines and policies.
Offers and Deadlines
To ensure Bryant University students are given adequate time to make an informed decision regarding an internship or post-graduate employment offer, we ask that employers adhere to the following policy:
- For offers extended at the end of a summer internship, employers are asked to give students until November 1 to make their decision.
- For offers extended during the fall recruiting process for upcoming summer internships or post-graduate employment, employers are asked to give students 4 weeks from the date of offer to make their decision.
- For offers extended during the spring recruiting process for upcoming summer internships or post-graduate employment, employers are asked to give students 4 weeks from the date of offer to make their decision.
Please notify the career center of any offer acceptances so we can alter the student’s account, which will prevent the student from applying for additional opportunities. Students are aware of this policy and are expected to comply.
Serving alcohol should not be part of the recruitment process. This includes campus events, such as information sessions and presentations, as well as on-site company events that are part of the recruitment process.
Violation of Recruiting Policies
If you foresee a challenge complying with either the NACE or Amica Center policies, please contact our office to speak with our Recruiting Program Manager. Having this discussion in advance will help improve both the student and employer recruitment experience.
Employers who knowingly violate the above policies may be denied access to the recruiting program.
Solicitation and Business-to-Business Activities
Unless approved in writing by the Executive Director of the Amica Center for Career Education, under no circumstances shall any vendor, business, or individual engage in any solicitation practices or business-to-business efforts when involved in any Amica Center for Career Education event, program or activity. This includes (but is not limited to) students, staff, faculty, employers, alumni, or employers. In addition to the Amica Center policy, Bryant University also has policies prohibiting solicitation on campus: http://policies.bryant.edu (search “solicitation”) and http://policies.bryant.edu/2016/08/29/solicitation/