The guidelines described on this webpage are intended for all organizations who recruit Brown University students. This includes any programming or recruitment activities including, but not limited to: on-campus interviews, information sessions/workshops, employers-in-residence, resume drops (non-OCR), student group visit, all virtual events (career fairs, coffee chats, etc), and consortiums or conferences Brown students participate in. Our goal at the Brown Center for Career Exploration is to ensure that students and organizations engage in fair, honorable recruiting practices.
All employer events must be reported to Brown Center for Career Exploration prior to the event date. This includes virtual events and events in the greater Providence area (events with student groups, alumni events where students are invited, events at local restaurants, etc.). Employers, student organizations or other departments should keep the Center's Employer Partnerships team informed of all on-campus and off-campus marketing, outreach, and programming involving Brown students. This is the best way to optimize your marketing strategy and timing, while avoiding scheduling problems and/or conflicts with our campus recruiting policies.
The Brown Center for Career Exploration may also be referred to as the Center within these policies.