Online Career Center
Online Career Center
About the On-line
The ISCPA On-line Career Center links college students
with employers. With its extensive membership of small colleges and universities
in the state of Illinois, its strength lies in providing services to connect
students and employers.
Post your resume, search for jobs and internships.
Attend exclusive job and teacher fairs* as well as participate in interviews
exclusively for ISCPA students and alumni
ISCPA Resume Book Request:
If you are currently posting full time jobs or
internships and are interested in viewing ISCPA Resume Books, please fill
out the Resume
Book Request Form. ISCPA reserves the right to approve or deny access
to its resume books. You will be contacted if you have been granted access.
If you do not receive notification within a week, you have not been granted
access. To be granted access to ISCPA Resume Books, you must be registered
as a contact on the ISCPA Online Career Center and have successfully posted
at least one position. To register for the ISCPA Online Career Center
go to http://www.collegecentral.com/iscpa.
Resumes and profile data for the Illinois Small College Placement Association
On Line Career Center (ISCPA OLCC) will reside on the CCN
servers. Students and alumni from ISCPA member institutions may have data
included in aggregate reports developed for internal organizational studies
only. ISCPA professional staff may access some of the job seeker's personal
information in order to send email through communication tools on the
site, to publish resumes in the ISCPA's resume books, and to send resumes
to registered employers on behalf of the students/alumni.
Jobs that are posted in this system are not screened by ISCPA or by CCN,
so job seekers are required to use appropriate caution. We will not sell
personal information of students, alumni, employers or anyone else. ISCPA
reserves the right to accept or deny job postings as it sees fit.
Student Policy: ISCPA offers job postings as a convenience and service
to job seekers. We do not screen all postings for legitimacy or safety.
Job seekers must use their judgment when applying, interviewing, and accepting
positions. If you believe that a job posted on the ISCPA OLCC is inappropriate
or unsafe, inform any director of career services of a member institution
immediately. Additionally, we expect ISCPA students and alumni to perform
jobs obtained through our system to the best of their ability.
Employer Policy: Employers who use this system agree to provide a safe
and appropriate work environment for students and alumni and agree to
follow all applicable laws. Employers recognize that if a job seeker raises
concerns about a job posted on this site, the employer's job and/or account
may be deleted.
If you are having difficulty accessing the Online Career
Center, contact Keli Wojciechowski at firstname.lastname@example.org