Employers posting on Handshake agree to NACE Professional Best Practices in addition to our Professional Networking and Recruiting Agreement listed below: 

Students, alumni, employer representatives and mentors participating in recruitment and networking at OSU understand and agree to comply with the following statements:

All parties are held to the Oregon State University Affirmative Action statement: Equal Opportunity is the opportunity to gain entry to, participate in, and benefit from employment, services, programs, activities, and privileges of the institution regardless of race, national origin, sex, ability or other protected status (Protected statuses include age, color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran's status). 

OSU is committed to providing an environment free of all forms of prohibited discrimination. Sexual harassment is a form of gender discrimination. OSU does not tolerate gender discrimination in any form. That includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner/relationship violence, gender based stalking and bullying and other forms of harassment.
Volunteers specify their desired involvement and availability as a resource to students and alumni through their profile, and can modify their status choices at any time. Students and alumni are expected to respect the volunteer’s preference and only request support in the ways that align with the volunteer’s preference.

Participation in networking and mentorship is voluntary, without compensation or reimbursement of any kind, and for educational and/or recruiting purposes only. Self-promotion, product-promotion, or service-promotion is highly discouraged and participation does not indicate an endorsement of Oregon State University of an individual’s professional business or activities.
In-person meetings should take place in public locations.

Example of appropriate meeting places: OSU Campus, OSU event, volunteer’s workplace, restaurant, or coffee shop
Example of inappropriate location: personal residence, hotel room

All parties are acting on their own behalf and should maintain respectful and professional interactions at all times. OSU facilitates the initial contact between students, alumni, and volunteers, but does not monitor the relationships between them nor take responsibility for the opinions or actions taken by individuals involved.

If a student, alumni, or volunteer feels that someone from another party has violated the above terms and conditions, please contact your OSU representative immediately to express your concerns. The concern could result in loss of access to the Career Development Center and resources, or disciplinary action by Oregon State University.

Click here to view the Career Development Center's employer approval policy.