K-State Career and Employment Services retains the right to refuse any job posting.
It is the responsibility of each employer to determine whether an internship should be paid or unpaid, based on labor laws. Each employer should be familiar with labor laws in order to determine eligibility based on the organization's specific internship opportunity.
Frequently asked questions and information on what employers should know about hiring international students. Provided by K-State's International Student Center.
Learn about recruiter expectations from NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers). We promote the Principles for Professional conduct and ask employers visiting campus and recruiting K-State students to voluntarily comply.
Find information on the what NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) defines as third-party recruiters and the guidelines to follow if you represent a third party.
This policy statement has been developed to let you know about the uses of your personal information, who has access to your data, the information security measures of our online system and our principles of conduct for the use of CES services.
Career and Employment Services supports K-State's commitment to nondiscrimination.