HFC’s Career Services adheres to the Principles of Professional Practice from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and only works with employers or third-party recruiters who also adhere to this code. The following policies and guidelines apply to all employers offering employment opportunities for HFC students or graduates.


We will post a position or host on-campus recruiting events under the following conditions:

  1. The employer provides the necessary information needed to post a job vacancy (organization name, products or services provided, compensation information, job description, etc.). Full disclosure to the Career Services Office and applicants is required. Third-party recruiters must be representing specific employers who have contracted with them and will disclose to the Career Services Office the names of the represented employers.
  2. Part-time positions are within reasonable commuting distance from Dearborn.
  3. The employer provides information on students hired through the Career Services Office postings, including names, rates of pay, hours per week, and employment beginning dates.
  4. The position complies with all applicable federal and state employment laws, affirmative action and equal employment opportunity regulations.
  5. The employer abides by the Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals as published by NACE.


We will not post a position nor host for on-campus recruiting under the following conditions:

  1. The employment opportunity involves on-campus solicitation, sale, or posting of materials, products or services.
  2. The applicant must pay a non-refundable fee to participate in a work experience or pay any type of fee for training.
  3. The applicant is required to purchase or rent any type of sales kit or presentation supplies.
  4. The work assignment interferes with or negatively affects the academic progress of the student, or requires or encourages a student to discontinue his or her academic program of study.
  5. Third party recruiters/organizations fail to fully disclose their intent or to identify the name of the organization, the contact person (including telephone number) for whom they are recruiting.