Employer Services Page

How can Career Services aid potential employers?


Employer Services

Let us connect your office or firm with potential employees.

Employer job postings

Career Services maintains a Symplicity job listings website with current positions available for students and alumni. Employers may contact Career Services with their job listings at 276-935-4349, Ext. 1201, or by e-mail. Employer may also log on to Symplicity by creating an account here.

Resume collections

Career Services' resume collection service allows local, regional, and national employers to receive job and internship application materials from ASL alumni and students in a timely manner. Employers may contact Career Services, set a deadline to receive resumes, and specify which application materials are to be received. If you would like to learn more about the resume collection service, please e-mail Career Services or call 276-935-4349, Ext. 1201.

On-campus interviewing

During the academic year, employers may interview second- and third-year students for summer internships and post-graduate employment. Employers that wish to use the conference room for on-campus interviews may contact Career Services. Employers that would like to interview first-year students may contact the Externship Director. Students are to dress in business attire for all interviews.

ASL is open to all branches of the U.S. military for interviews. JAG interviews are scheduled during the fall and spring. Notices will be sent to both classes so students may arrange their schedules to accommodate interviews. Notifications will also be posted in the ASL News and around campus. Students are expected to dress appropriately in business attire for JAG interviews and must be prepared to submit a resume and cover letter.

Per ABA Standard 205(d), Appalachian School of Law expects that all employers will observe the principles of non-discrimination and equality of opportunity on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age and disability in regard to hiring, promotion, retention, and conditions of employment.