Student and Employer Guidelines for Job or Internship Listings

Student and Employer Guidelines

Disclaimer for Students

The College of Business Career Services and Professional Development provides off-campus job & internship listing information and related services on our jobs and internships page. We do not in any way either endorse the employers who list job openings or guarantee the accuracy of the information therein. Those who use the job listings do so at their own risk. The Office of Career Services & Leadership, its staff, the California State University System and the State of California assume no liabilities related to the accuracy or inaccuracy of information provided in job listings and do not represent or act on behalf of the hiring authority.

The College of Business Career Services does its best to screen job postings. However, we make no recommendations or guarantees about the positions and employers listed through our office. Due to the volume of jobs received, we are unable to research the integrity of every position listed. Therefore, students are urged to take on this responsibility themselves. We encourage you to use common sense and caution when applying for positions, especially when applying for positions off-campus. If a potential employer asks you to participate in an activity that makes you uncomfortable in any way, don't do it. You may also wish to check with other services that rate business, for example the local Better Business Bureau.

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Disclaimer for Employers

The College of Business Career Services and Professional Development follows the policies and guidelines outlined by SFSU Career Services and Leadership Development to ensure the quality of our services and to limit the risk to San Francisco State University students and alumni. All job listings are posted at the discretion of the College of Business Career Services. We will not approve jobs that appear to discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender. The College of Business Career Services also reserves the right to refuse to post jobs that do not support the interests of the university.