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Can students apply for jobs/internships without..(click) [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2009, 12:53
going through the *official* recruitment process/bidding etc.?

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Can I apply for any position without letting the career center know about my motives (without publicly acknowledging where I applied etc. to have an advantage over others..)? Will I break any "contract"?

To be clear - can I apply for a position in a company that's not in CC's official list of recruiting companies or posted on the job board?

This is a stupid question but I just want to know how Top10 schools' recruitment process work. TIA.
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Re: Can students apply for jobs/internships without..(click) [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2009, 13:34
You can apply to anything you want, even experienced hire positions if you want. You dont have to tell them what you are applying to off campus. However, if a company comes on campus or posts a job on the schools job board you are much better off going through that than their website. Your application will go to the school specific recruiter and wont be lost in some HR persons file with apps from tons of schools they dont even bother to look at.

Your job hunt is up to you, they wont force you to do anything. The only contract you agree to is if you accept a job you cant rescind and if you line up an on-campus interview you have to show up.
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Re: Can students apply for jobs/internships without..(click) [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2009, 13:48
Excellent! Thanks for the quick reply, riverripper :)
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