Welcome to the Grossnickle Career Services Center at Columbia College. We are excited that you have chosen Columbia College to assist in meeting your workforce needs. We look forward to working with you!
About Columbia College’s Students and Programs
Columbia College has a diverse student population, including traditional and nontraditional students taking day, evening and online classes. In addition to our main campus in Columbia, Missouri, we have more than 35 locations nationwide.
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Recruit Columbia College talent using CougarCareerNetwork (CCNet)
Connect with Columbia College students/alumni on CCNet. CCNet is the online recruiting system for the Grossnickle Career Services Center. CCNet is a Web-based career services management system that is available to employers 24 hours a day, seven days a week at no charge.
Registering for a CCNet account gives your company the following options:
- Ability to create an employer profile
- Ability to post job and internship opportunities for Columbia College students/alumni
- Opportunity to view student/alumni resumes
- Ability to register for Career Services events, Career Fairs and Information Sessions
Register and get started with CCNet!
Employers may also email job opportunities to email@example.com. Job opportunities will be posted on CougarCareerNetwork (CCNet), posted in the Career Services Center and posted on campus bulletin boards.
Increase employer visibility on campus by scheduling an on-campus information session or by hosting an information table in the student commons or dining hall.
These opportunities allow employers to:
- Promote their organization and company culture
- Notify Columbia College students of current internship and employment opportunities
- Establish connections with Columbia College students
Use on-campus recruiting to interview students at Columbia College. A job description for the position(s) is required for on-campus interviews. To schedule a time to interview students on campus, please contact Brice James-Battelle at (573) 875-4563.
On-campus interviewing schedules
FALL: September – November
SPRING: January – April
Attend our Career Fair!
The Career Services Center coordinates a Spring Career Fair. Our career fair provides an excellent opportunity for employers to meet with students and alumni from Columbia College. This event is FREE for employers to attend. The career fair is scheduled in March from 2-5 p.m.
The set of following policies applies to all of our on-and-off campus recruiting programs including but not limited to: Employer Coffee Chats, Employer Information Booths, On-Campus Interviews, Scheduled Employer Visits, Career Fairs and any other employer-themed events.
The Grossnickle Career Services Center continues to serve organizations employing part-time, full-time and internship positions.
Columbia College of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer and educator. In order to recruit students, employers must adhere to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) standards. In accordance with federal and state law, Columbia College prohibits unlawful discrimination against a job applicant, employee, or intern because of the person’s race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, age, veteran status and/or disability. Columbia College also discourages employers from requiring photo submissions of applicants, as this violates the EEO standards.
The Grossnickle Career Services Center requires employers and recruiting organizations to adhere and refer to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Professional Conduct.
While Columbia College Career Services will review each company profile and job posting submitted, we make no guarantee that the position(s) will be endorsed, represented, or listed on our website, via social media, or be approved on our online job posting database.
Right of Refusal
The Grossnickle Career Services Center reserves the right to refuse service to any organization that has any unresolved investigation, complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau or Missouri Secretary of State, or for any egregious behavior as determined by the Employer Relations Coordinator and the Director of Career Services.
JOB POSTING INFORMATION
Hiring for Commission Based Positions
The Grossnickle Career Services Center reserves the right to refuse any position sent or posted in our system by an employer/recruiter that is solely commission based. Our mission as a Center is to ensure quality jobs for our students including, but not limited to: Salaried positions, hourly positions, internships, and jobs with full/partial benefits. The student is at their own liberty if they choose to accept a solely commission-based position. Other stipulations for refusal of a job posting could include:
- Employee bears financial responsibility for required supplies, equipment, or training
- Compensation is 100% commission
- Company practices door-to-door and/or aggressive sales model
- Employee promotes ownership opportunities for branch or franchise
- Company promotes multi-level marketing tactics
Soliciting on Campus
In accordance with Columbia College and the Division of Student Affairs, all sales and solicitation are prohibited on Columbia College property, including all college-owned, rented, or otherwise occupied (e.g. military) buildings and grounds. Types of solicitation include, but are not limited to:
Approval for these roles will be solely based on the discretion of the Employer Relations Coordinator and Director of Career Services.
Our full range of services are open to employers who recruit candidates for salaried or hourly compensated positions on their own payrolls. Compensation details must clearly state if a position is 100% commission; includes a base salary (if partially commission-based); or be clear how the participant will be compensated in the job description or the position will not be posted. Internships must be clear if they are paid or unpaid.Every employer with wage-based positions should comply with minimum wage rates set forth by the United States Department of Labor’s Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Incomplete/False/Unfounded Employer Information
In order to post a position within Grossnickle Career Services, companies must provide specific information about their organization, including a valid website and a detailed organization description. Employers and recruiters unable to identify themselves as a legitimate organization/company may be rejected/deleted from the system.
Questions about Employer Services?
Contact Grossnickle Career Services Center
Missouri Hall Room 219
1001 Rogers St.
Columbia, MO 65216
Phone: (573) 875-7425