Career Services

Placement Assistance Policy

Preparation for job placement actually begins in the classroom when a student starts college. Upon graduation, all students from ETI are prepared for entry level employment in their fields of endeavor.

Placement assistance is extended to all graduating students; however, such placement assistance can only be meaningfully rendered when there is total cooperation between the student and the Office.

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Kim Foster

Director of Career Services
KimFoster@eticollege.edu

Career Services will perform the following functions:

Keep all personal background information received strictly confidential except where a release agreement has been signed and is on record.

Keep records as accurate as possible regarding name, address, and phone number changes.

Develop job leads whenever and wherever possible and establish interviews for those who are most qualified to receive the position.

Supply current students and graduates with information and assistance in areas including, but not limited to: finding leads, résumé writing, preparing for the interview, interview techniques, and interview follow-up.

Finally, it is the responsibility of the Career Services to render (within reason) all possible assistance; but, please note that the law prohibits any college from guaranteeing a job.

Placement Assistant Policy

Preparation for job placement actually begins in the classroom when a student starts college.

Upon graduation, all students from ETI are prepared for entry-level employment in their fields of endeavor.

Placement assistance can only be meaningfully rendered when there is total cooperation between the student and the Placement Assistance Office.

The following outline describes those responsibilities to be assumed by the student and their college.

The student will:

1. Provide all personal background information as normally required in the development of a resume for placement purposes. Such information must be true and correct.

2. Keep the Placement Assistance Office advised of any changes in address, employment, phone number(s), or temporary absences from the area.

3. Report on time, dress in a professional manner for any employment interview as established by the Placement Assistance Office and accepted by the student.

4. Report to the Placement Assistance Office after each job interview (by phone or in person) to review the results of the interview and understand that an evaluation of each job interview needs to be made before succeeding interviews will be arranged.
Further, the student who secures employment through his/her own efforts will notify the Placement Assistance Office so his/her permanent records can be noted to reflect the employment.

5. Understand that getting a training-related position is the student’s ultimate responsibility and that the Placement Assistance Office can only render advice and meaningful assistance.

6. Make independent attempts to secure employment and not rely solely on the efforts of the Placement Assistance Office.

In return, the Placement Assistance Office will perform the following functions:

1. Keep all personal background information received strictly confidential except where a release agreement has been signed and is on record.

2. Keep records as accurate as possible regarding name, address, and phone number changes.

3. Develop job leads whenever and wherever possible and establish interviews for those who are most qualified to receive the position.

4. Supply current and graduated students with information and assistance in areas including, but not limited to: finding leads, resume writing, preparing for the interview, interview techniques, and interview follow-up.

5. Finally, it is the responsibility of the Placement Assistance Office to render (within reason) all possible assistance, but please note that the law prohibits any college from guaranteeing a job.

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