We put our best efforts to reach out to the best opportunity available in the country, choosing & paying for our portal service (s) does not promises(s)/guarantee hiring or any Job/internships offer. Please exit the Portal/Website/Application immediately if you do not accept or agree to the Terms & Policy.

We put our best efforts to screen employers but neither or nor endorses their employment opportunities, labor practices, products, or services. As data is subject to change at the discretion of each employer, information has not been verified and we cannot be held responsible for any inconsistencies or errors. We do not warrant the legitimacy of any of the information in the posting, including the company and the position itself. It is the responsibility of each applicant to review and research each employment opportunity prior to applying.

It is not our role to monitor the recruiting or operational practices of companies; however, we may investigate any situation upon receipt of a student complaint regarding specific recruitment practices or treatment of students and refer the matter accordingly. If you encounter any problems or concerns with employers/Job/internship/internships opportunities, please mail us to thesociaclomments@gmail.com We will try to revert back to you within 7 days of receiving your email, but it may take us up to sixty (60) days.

Whether you apply for Job /internships you learned about through the us/our online Job/internship posting system, or internet, or through other Job/internship postings you may have learned about through our activities such as recruitment, career mentoring and employment fairs, panel discussions and/or workshops, it is YOUR responsibility, and it is in your best interest, to verify the terms and conditions of employment/internship with the employer.

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Employers with Entrepreneurial/Franchise Opportunities.

  • Some employers and franchise managers wish to publicize entrepreneurial opportunities to the students registered on our platform. These kinds of opportunities usually involve one or more of the following characteristics:

  • Offer no salary but, instead, offer students the opportunity to run their own businesses or franchises

  • Offer compensation that is based mostly on commission rather than a salary.

  • Require the payment of “up front” fees for training and/or materials to enable the student to start up his/her own business.

  • Charge the students penalties or fees for services if the franchisee decides to leave the program.

  • Many students run successful businesses through these opportunities, but there are those who incur unexpected liabilities and find themselves in debt. It is YOUR responsibility, and it is in your best interest, to research the organization, as well as to verify the terms and conditions of employment with the employer.