Employers seeking to engage Brandeis students are expected to comply with the principles set forth by the federal government and the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
The Hiatt Career Center adheres to these policies including the Principles for Professional Practice, Principles for Employment Professionals and Position Statement for U.S. Internships as well as the following.
Internships are supervised work experiences that allow students to sharpen their skills, develop career interests and employer contacts, assess their strengths, and connect classroom theories to practice in real world settings. While most students intern during the summer months, Brandeis undergraduates complete fall and spring internships as well.
When Brandeis University is closed due to inclement weather or another emergency, all activities hosted by the Hiatt Career Center are suspended and canceled. Our employer relations specialists will work with employers to reschedule canceled events. Check the university homepage for news of weather closings.
The Hiatt Career Center opposes discrimination based on sex, race, color, religion, age, national origin, marital status, actual or perceived sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or disability.
For more information regarding these guidelines, please contact our External Engagement Team.