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Why Recruit at Excelsior?
As a leader in online education, Excelsior University awards degrees at the associate and bachelor’s levels in liberal arts and associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in business, technology, health sciences, nursing, and public service. Excelsior University’s large pool of highly qualified and diverse candidates includes more than 20,000 current students and over 170,000 alumni. Our students and alumni are dedicated, working adults who reside across the United States and abroad. Not only have they benefited from Excelsior’s rigorous academic programs and exceptional faculty, they also possess valuable experience and training needed to meet today’s workforce needs.
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Resources & Policies
DEI Recruiting Tips
As organizations work to make progress in creating more diverse, inclusive, and equitable organizations, it’s important to take a close look at your recruitment and hiring process through a DEI lens.
Here is a list of tips to help unify all team members who participate in your company’s hiring process when evaluating potential candidates.
NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers)
Excelsior University is a member of NACE, the leading source of information on the employment of college educated, connecting recruiters and career services professionals, and providing best practices, trends, research, professional development, and conferences.
NACE Position Statement: US Internships
Federal law requires payment of interns unless the internship satisfies criteria outlined by the U.S. Department of Labor. Excelsior University cannot determine whether any internship satisfies the Department of Labor criteria, this is the responsibility of the posting employer. To help ensure that Excelsior students are provided with beneficial internships, we require all employers posting unpaid internships to certify that they have reviewed and will abide by the Department of Labor criteria established in the FLSA.
As a member of NACE, Excelsior University abides by Principles for Professional Practice for Career Services and, in turn, expects that all employers recruiting our students will abide by NACE’s Principles for Professional Practice for Employment Professionals and become familiar with our recruitment and privacy policies.