Employer Information & Resources
Online Recruiting System
Handshake allows you to have full control over job postings, internships, and volunteer opportunities.
You can also register for job fairs and access resume books.
Create a Handshake account and post the position yourself, allowing you to have full access and control over viewing, renewing, and removing the posting.
Download the Handshake Employer Guide.
To learn more helpful tips and tricks, visit the Handshake Help Center.
Visit the Handshake Training Portal to watch how to videos.
Check out our Handshake Employer Series playlist on YouTube.
Includes: Directions to Tarleton, Map & Parking instructions, Employer Parking Permit, Hotel Information, and How to become and the benefits of being a sponsor.
Take a closer look at Tarleton State recruits by getting involved in other programs such as our Employer Partnership Packages or On-campus interviews.
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Career services and employment professionals are involved in this process in a partnership effort with a common goal of achieving the best match between the individual student and the employing organization.
Take a look at a helpful “toolkit” of information about internships from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board: Internship ToolKit
EEOC Statement for Employers
In accordance with the equal opportunity employment provisions, Tarleton State University-Career Services prohibits postings that are in violation of any state or federal laws .
Tarleton State University- Career Services may decline to post any job ads for any employer that fails to abide by the rules and procedures, set forth in the Principles for Professional Practice (provided by NACE-National Association of Colleges and Employers) and to comply with applicable laws in its job postings.
“Employment professionals will maintain equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance and follow affirmative action principles in recruiting activities in a manner that includes the following:”
Recruiting, interviewing, and hiring individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability, and providing reasonable accommodations upon request;
- Reviewing selection criteria for adverse impact based upon the student’s race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, or disability;
- Avoiding use of questions that are considered unacceptable by EEO standards during the recruiting process;
- Developing a sensitivity to, and awareness of, cultural differences and the diversity of the work force;
- Informing campus constituencies of special activities that have been developed to achieve the employer’s affirmative action goals;
- Investigating complaints forwarded by the career services office regarding EEO noncompliance and seeking resolution of such complaints.
User’s Guide to the Principles for Professional Practice. National Association of Colleges and Employers