Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services
Additional information on the principles can be found at: http://www.naceweb.org/principles/principl.html
Principle 6. Career services professionals will maintain EEO compliance and follow affirmative action principles in career services activities in a manner that includes the following:
*Principle 7. Any disclosure of student information outside of the educational institution will be with prior consent of the student unless health and/or safety considerations necessitate the dissemination of such information. Career services professionals will exercise sound judgment and fairness in maintaining the confidentiality of student information, regardless of the source, including written records, reports, and computer data bases.
*Principle 12. Career services professionals will promote and encourage acceptance of these principles throughout their educational institution, and will respond to reports of noncompliance.
Principles for Employment Professionals
*Principle 10. When employment professionals conduct recruitment activities through student associations or academic departments, such activities will be conducted in accordance with the policies of the career service office.
* The information below is provided by the National Association for
Colleges and Employers for assisting colleges, universities and
employers in ethical practices in recruitment activities.
Adapted from the Principles For Professional Conduct for Career Services & Employment Professionals.
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