Increase your visibility and brand on campus, advertise and post jobs, recruit students, and search résumés of students and alumni. We invite you to register on AACC's Job Board to create your account and post your jobs, but please read our guidelines and policies first.
EMPLOYER ACCESS TO AACC’s ONLINE JOB BOARD:
As a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), Anne Arundel Community College adheres to the NACE Principles for Ethical Professional Practice and expects our employers to follow these guidelines.
a. Staffing agencies must not require a financial investment or payment by the student or alumni for employment or placement. Under no circumstances should fees be charged to students or alumni.
b. Staffing agencies must clearly identify their organization as a staffing agency.
c. Staffing agencies must include the name of the company they are recruiting for in all postings.
d. Staffing agencies may recruit only for clients they represent and each posting must clearly state that the position is being posted by the staffing agency on behalf of their identified client. Candidates’ names and/or résumés obtained for a job opening may not be used for subsequent job openings or for solicitation of employer clients, except where specific arrangements have been initiated and agreed to by the candidates involved.
5. AACC reserves the right to refuse service or posting to any employer if a review of the specific opportunity is inconsistent with the college’s academic offerings and/or degrees or certificates.
6. Registrations submitted by non-U.S. employers that do not have offices in the U.S. will not be approved.
7. Businesses in the cannabis industry will not be approved while this industry is still illegal at the federal level.
8. Employers without an operational website cannot be given access. AACC will review the employer’s website to confirm the employer’s status and protect against fraud or illegal activity and request additional information when necessary to ensure established criteria are met.
9. Employers must provide valid contact information and have an operational email with a business entity domain. Personal domains will not be given access. Business addresses with P.O. boxes will not be approved.
10. AACC will not provide service to any employer requiring upfront payment of any kind or the purchase of products or work equipment/tools (with the possible exception of safety equipment, such as steel-toed boots).
11. AACC reviews each employer to determine if access will include ability to review students’ résumés and educational information.
12. AACC does not recommend or select candidates for employers.
13. Approval of an account to post jobs/internships gives employers limited, terminable right to access and use the online job board site only for internal business use to seek candidates for employment and scheduling interviews with the company being reviewed.
14. AACC will review all businesses registered at a residential location with extra scrutiny. Work may not be performed at a residential home business, with the exception of home day care businesses that are licensed through the state and internships that meet the qualifications noted here. All postings approved for businesses registered at a residential location must state that the work will not be performed at the home of the business.
15. AACC does not send résumés or share any employer passwords to corporate “student ambassadors” or “student campus recruiters.”
16. AACC staff will make additional checks at some of the following sites to verify the legitimacy of the business entity: Maryland State Department of Assessment and Taxation, Internal Revenue Service, Google, Federal Trade Commission, Better Business Bureau, various Chambers of Commerce, Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation, and/or professional organizations.
17. If AACC staff make a change to an employer’s account, the change must be authorized by the employer by phone or email and staff must document and date (including the year) the change in the notes section of the online job board.
9. Remember, employers may not transmit (or redisclose) student information to any other employer or third-party, nor to others within the employer’s organization for any purpose other than employment purposes (EOE status may cover this also).
Reach out to students and county citizens to promote your organization’s needs and find volunteers who want to serve their community.
Enhance and grow your organization with the skills and talents of AACC students through short-term, work-based learning experiences. No matter the tasks or the projects, AACC can help recruit potential internship candidates to meet your organization’s needs. The Sarbanes Center is happy to explore options with you, so email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the conversation.
An internship is a monitored work experience that has intentional learning outcomes and goals for a student.
Internships are not limited to being beneficial résumé boosters for students, but are a great way to attract personnel for your business. An internship provides you the opportunity to have additional support to help your business accomplish goals or finish projects. Hosting an intern allows you the option to audition up-and-coming talent and provide guidance and leadership to budding professionals without the commitment of permanent employment. Internships are just as beneficial for businesses and employers as they are for students.
As we look to the future and the uncertainty of on-site and in-person internships, please know that AACC wants to continue to explore meaningful ways to work together. Our team is available to discuss your organization’s current and developing needs, and to brainstorm and explore ways in which AACC students can support those needs.
This is a partnership between the employer and our institution. AACC does not offer internship placements. We help identify viable talent for consideration. We work with businesses to understand their needs, clearly identify an application process and assist with recruitment. The employer determines the best candidate for the position, then notifies AACC of that decision.
Here is a brief checklist to consider before offering an internship:
Typically, we offer opportunities to participate in various student-centered activities hosted on our Arnold campus as well as AACC at Arundel Mills and the Glen Burnie Town Center to include internship fairs, presentations and interviews. Email AACC's internship coordinator at email@example.com to discuss options for the upcoming term.