As a faculty or staff member, you contribute to educating some of the best engineering talent in the world. You also play an important role in helping students and employers connect during the job search/recruiting process. In this latter role, it is important that you comply with labor laws related to equal employment opportunity, and help ISU maintain a recruiting environment that is fair to all students and employers. These materials were developed to help you understand your ethical and legal obligations and to assist you with career-related student development activities.
Essential Actions for Faculty and Staff
|See the CoE Policies for On-Campus Recruiting linked below for more information.|
Understanding the Recruiting Process at ISU – Learn more about the recruiting services offered to employers.
Engineering Career Services Responsibilities and Services – Unfamiliar with ECS? Here is some introductory information.
College of Engineering Policies for On-Campus Recruiting – These policies were established to help ensure that the recruiting environment at ISU is fair to all students and employers.
Legal and Ethical Guidance –
- The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Maintaining Fair and Equitable Treatment of Employers
- Making Referrals
- Affirmative Action in Recruiting
- Serving as a Reference
CyHire – Faculty & Staff Access – All professional (co-ops, internship, and post-graduation) positions and recruiting events are posted in CyHire. Faculty and staff are welcome to have an account to view the employment opportunities available to students and alumni.
Co-op and Internship Information – Learn more about supporting these important learning experiences.
Class Presentations and Don’t Cancel Class Program – Need a guest speaker? ECS would be happy to speak to your class about a career-related topic.
Guidelines for Classroom Guest Presentation by Employers – When inviting employer representatives to address your class, make sure they provide your students with technical or professional develop information that aligns with the course objectives.
Career Development Best Practices Guidance for Students – When providing students career-related advice, please ensure that it is consistent with ECS’s information or contact us to discuss potential changes.
Career Fair Information – The College of Engineering Career Fairs are among of the largest non-athletic, campus events.
Internship or Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program Request/Approval Form. – Before offering a student an internship, REU or Pre-Collegiate Experiential Learning experience at ISU, please review this information prepared by the Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost and complete the approval form.
Please contact Engineering Career Services if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions.