The Center for Student Success - Career Services acts only as an intermediary between employers posting job opportunities and candidates searching for job
opportunities. The Center for Student Success - Career Services is not involved in the actual transaction between employers and candidates. As a result, the Center
for Student Success - Career Services has no control over the quality, safety, or legality of the jobs or résumés posted, the truth or accuracy of the listings, the
ability of employers to offer job opportunities to candidates, or the ability of candidates to fill job openings. For government guidelines and standards on
internships/trainee programs, please see the Fair Labor Standards Act Advisor.
In addition, because user authentication on the Internet is difficult, the Center for Student Success - Career Services cannot and does not confirm that each user is
who they claim to be. Because we do not and cannot control the behavior of participants on our website, in the event that you have a dispute with one or
more users, you release the Center for Student Success - Career Services and The New School (and our agents and employees) from claims, demands, and damages
(actual and consequential, direct and indirect of every kind and nature, known and unknown), arising out of or in any way connected with such disputes.
Finally, note that we expect that you will use caution and common sense when using the website. The Center for Student Success - Career Services makes no
representations about the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or timeliness of the website or the material. The use of the website is at your own risk.
We are also committed to protecting privacy rights of our students. Because of this commitment, we want to ensure that employers know that we warn students
about fraudulent job postings and advise our students against providing their log-in information for their social media profiles to potential or existing
employers. Please note that transcripts are uploaded by students to Career Successlink, provided by the Office of the Registrar. The information posted by
students in Career Successlink, however, is not validated by the Center for Student Success - Career Services.
The Center for Student Success - Career Services adheres to the Principles for Professional Practice for Third-Party Recruiters. To be considered for acceptance,
third-party recruiters will be asked to disclose information to the Center for Student Success - Career Services that would enable the Center for Student
Success - Career Services to verify that it is recruiting for a bona fide job opportunity. If third-party recruiters are willing to provide information about their
“bona fide” opportunities, the Center for Student Success - Career Services is willing to work with them. If not, they will not be able to
We will not post positions requiring students to pay special fees, purchase training materials, or participate in multi-level marketing as a preliminary
condition of employment.
Employers are responsible for ensuring that their job or internship description is an accurate reflection of the duties of an employee.
Federal laws prohibit job discrimination based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, equal pay and disability. These guidelines are
available from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In addition, The New York City Human Rights Law prohibits discrimination based on gender
(including gender identity or expression and sexual harassment), sexual orientation, marital status, and partnership status. As part of
The New School, the Center for Student Success - Careers also adheres to the University’s Policy on Discrimination, which “is committed to a policy of
equal opportunity in all its activities and programs, including employment and promotion. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or
ethnic origin, citizenship status, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, physical disabilities, veteran or marital status.” The Center for Student
Success - Career Services will not post positions that do not adhere to any of these guidelines.
Employers will offer students a safe and appropriate work environment for students. A private home usually is not considered appropriate for internships.
Employers will not engage in sexual harassment as prohibited by the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Employers should allow students at least 24 hours to decide on whether to accept a job or internship. Positions recruited through on-campus recruiting have
other deadline rules.
Employers will pay wages to students as agreed upon and as stipulated by the New York State Department of Labor.
The Center for Student Success - Career Services reserves the right to make these decisions at its discretion. For more information regarding ethical employment
practices, see the Principles for Employment Professionals guidelines from NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers).
If you wish to have a more in-depth discussion about our policies, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Student Success - Career Services appreciates your support of New School students. We understand that in this challenging economy, many organizations
rely on the support of unpaid interns. Before posting an unpaid internship, we ask that you consider the following guidelines from the Department of Labor.
Please note that in order to post an unpaid position, the internship must meet all six criteria listed below:
The New School enrolls approximately 3,200 international students and scholars. This ranks with the highest percentage (25%) of international students
enrolled at universities in the United States.
F-1 and J-1 international students and scholars who are temporarily studying in the US are an integral part of our university community and our city.
Students from every discipline have a high level of motivation to apply their knowledge in a working environment. International students can bring fresh
and innovative ideas to the workplace, while appreciating the opportunity to hone their craft. We hope that your decision to offer an internship or a job
to an F-1 or J-1 international student will be a benefit to both your organization and the student.
F-1 international students who will obtain academic credit for an internship must be authorized for Curricular Practical Training (CPT). CPT is work
off campus in the student’s field of study, which is considered to be "an integral part of an established curriculum" and is authorized by International
Student Services on a per-semester basis. J-1 students must be authorized for Academic Training (AT). AT is work off campus in the student's field of study
and can be authorized either pre-completion or post-completion by International Student Services and cannot exceed 18 months (36 months for PhD students)
per degree program. F-1 students who wish to take advantage of post-completion Optional Practical Training (OPT) apply with U.S. Citizenship and
Immigration Services (USCIS), which grant this 12-month benefit.
To understand more about employer rules pertaining to F-1 international students, please see our Employment Opportunities Guide.
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