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Operations Manual The University of Iowa

PART VI. SERVICES

CHAPTER 24: CAREER SERVICES FOR STUDENTS

(Amended 5/99; 5/13)

24.1 General Purpose
24.2 Interviewing Facilities
24.3 Principles of Professional Practice for Employment Professionals

24.1 GENERAL PURPOSE
(Amended 5/13)

The University maintains a centralized model of career services through the Pomerantz Career Center serving the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Tippie College of Business, College of Education, College of Engineering, College of Nursing and in other areas provided by professional staff. The University finds that students are best served when provided the widest range of career options and that individuals should be allowed to decide for themselves which career path to follow, including choosing a major and finding internships and full-time employment. To assist them in making career choices, students are provided open access to the Pomerantz Career Center. The center assists students in choosing a major, choosing a career, and finding internships and full-time employment. The center also provides employment data, employer information, and salary information for various careers to assist students and alumni with employment decisions.
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24.2 INTERVIEWING FACILITIES
Along with its placement services, the University makes interviewing facilities available to employers who wish to offer career opportunities to University students. To assist students in making informed choices, current information about specific employers' entry requirements, advancement opportunities, compensation, working environments, and other relevant information is made available to students in the various collegiate placement facilities.
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24.3 PRINCIPLES OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE FOR EMPLOYMENT PROFESSIONALS
(Amended 5/99; 5/13)

Employers and their representatives are expected to adhere to equal opportunity employment practices and the University's Human Rights policy subject to federal law in arranging and conducting interviews on campus, and the University endorses affirmative action practices by employers who visit the campus (see II-1-9 Human Rights, Affirmative Action, and Equal Employment Opportunity). All of the University placement services adhere to, and expect visiting employers to adhere to, the National Association of Colleges and Employers' principles of professional standards for employment professionals and third-party recruiters. These principles include:


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