Employers are welcome to recruit on campus at Notre Dame of Maryland University any time throughout the year. Please contact the Career Center to discuss your specific needs.
We can also arrange for interested students to submit resumes directly for either current or anticipated openings.
Conduct an information session or host a lobby table prior to an interview day for candidates, or before an application deadline date, to inform our students about job opportunities.
Employers are invited to participate in our annual career fairs and events. See our events as on Handshake.
We also work closely with the Maryland Career Consortium (MCC) and Selective Liberal Arts Colleges (SLAC) to plan additional professional events.
If your organization is sponsoring a career development event, please let us know and we will share the information with our student body.
The University expects all sponsoring organizations to comply with all state and federal laws and regulations, including but not limited to Title VII, Equal Employment Opportunity laws, Fair Labor Standards, Workers’ Compensation laws, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Contact information in an employer’s Handshake account or posting must include:
Third-Party Recruiters (Employment Agencies, Search Firms and Contract Recruiters)
Third-party agencies such as recruiting agencies, staffing agencies, and executive search firms will be allowed to post jobs if they adhere to the policies below:
Resume Referral Forms and Job/Internship Board Websites
All postings must be tied directly to an individual employer. Postings from resume referral firms or independent job/internship board websites designed for the collection of resumes on behalf of a larger number of employers will not be accepted.
National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Recruiting Standards
All NACE Principles for Professional Practice must be followed, including non-discrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission hiring practices.
The U.S. Department of Justice requires employers, recruiters, and others posting employment ads to comply with all applicable equally employment opportunity laws, including the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and Naturalization Act. More information can be found at the Department of Justice website. Namely, the U.S. Department of Justice prohibits:
Part-Time Jobs / Volunteer Opportunities
Part-time job opportunities are allowed if they meet the following guidelines:
Volunteer opportunities are allowed if they meet the criteria below:
Marketing & Advertising
Career Center media links (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc.) are designed to connect students to career readiness programming and networking opportunities. No advertising is allowed for products and services other than to draw interest to active job/internship posting(s).
No Buy-ins or Fee for Service
No posting will be accepted if applicants must pay to purchase access for opportunities or a position that requires a potential employee to provide funds to a supervisor or other company representative for services. The only exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis for legitimate organizations that facilitate the opportunity for college students and graduates to work abroad outside of their home county.
Independent Contract (1099), Base+Commission Positions
We welcome job postings for independent contract and base + commission positions; however, this detail of the position must be stated clearly in the job description. Part-time or commission-oriented positions are not eligible for on-campus interview reservations. Employers offering base + commission opportunities may be eligible to participate in fall and spring career fairs.
Feel free to contact students directly who apply for your opportunities. However, when contacting students by email or phone, please be certain to clearly state the organization you represent and the position you are contacting them about. All email correspondence must come through your company/organization email account.
The application procedure must be clearly stated. No phone or in-person applications are accepted.
Adult Consumption/Adult Entertainment
No adult entertainment industry positions, escort services, presentation modeling or similar activity associated with the use of illegal alcohol or drugs, will be accepted.
Career Center's Rights
The Career Center strives for open access and connections between students and an employing organization. The Career Center reserves the right to accept, deny and/or remove access rights for organizations that do not meet the above standards.