Central Piedmont Career Services provides multiple ways for you to connect with employers for potential job and internship opportunities. Career Services maintains an online job posting system (the Central Piedmont Student Job Board), hosts employer visits to campus for hiring events, and maintains bulletin boards on all campuses as a service to Central Piedmont students, employees, and graduates in your job seeking efforts. Please note that:
- The participation of employers in campus events and presence of job announcements on the Student Job Board does not indicate an endorsement or recommendation by Central Piedmont Career Services. We cannot be held responsible and/or liable for any damages, real or imagined, past, present or future, from interactions with employers or the information contained in or requested by the job postings.
- Career Services is not responsible for any representations or guarantees with regard to job postings, nor is it responsible for wages, working conditions, safety, or other work-related issues which may arise after placement with an employer.
- You, as the job seeker, are responsible for all necessary precautions when interviewing for or accepting positions posted on this site, and are responsible for checking the integrity of an organization. It is your responsibility to seek information and legal representation if you feel you are being discriminated against or mistreated in the workplace.
Keeping this in mind, a few tips to help avoid illegitimate job opportunities include:
- Do not disclose social security numbers, credit card information, or bank account numbers to unknown employers.
- Exercise caution if you are requested to invest any of your own money for an employment opportunity.
- Interview only in public business locations.
- Other than staffing agencies, be wary of positions asking you to submit paperwork, start employment, or set up office space before a formal application and interview process.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) provides a full list of best safety practices on the job search. The following documents are adapted from content on the NACE website:
If you have any questions or concerns about any job posting or employer you have met through the Career Services office, contact Career Services.