Possible New Text Scam

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We are receiving information about a possible scam in which someone is texting students and seeking private information.
The text looks like this:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remember NEVER give …

By Troy Hopkins
Troy Hopkins Director, Undergraduate Career Counseling
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4 Lies You Tell Yourself to Avoid Setting Up Informational Interviews

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If you’re looking for a job, odds are you’ve heard you should set up some informational interviews. (Refresher: They’re the coffee meetings you go on with networking contacts to get an insider perspective on their industry or role.) …

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Here’s What’s Going Through a Hiring Manager’s Head When You Bomb an Interview

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After hours of researching the company, reviewing the top interview questions (and your own resume), and role-playing to ensure that your body language demonstrates confidence and poise, you are so ready for this. Seriously, you’ve got this.

By Yvonne Ramirez
Yvonne Ramirez Marketing Intern
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Your 4-Step Plan for Bouncing Back When You Don’t Get the Job Offer

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“Thanks for your interest, but we’ve decided to go with another candidate.”

This is a crappy email to receive, particularly when you thought you had it in the bag. The exceptional opportunity that you believed was a perfect fit is …

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Apply for the Ted Bauer Leadership Certificate Program!

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Are you interested in developing your leadership and professional skills? If so, consider applying for the Ted Bauer Leadership Certificate Program (TBLCP). TBLCP is a year-long program consisting of engaging leadership workshops, community service opportunities, and unique professional events! TBLCP …

By Troy Hopkins
Troy Hopkins Director, Undergraduate Career Counseling
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What to Do When the Interview Process Is Dragging On (and On and On)

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It shouldn’t come as a huge surprise that many companies have long interview processes consisting of multiple steps. While the unpleasant reality is that you typically won’t be offered your dream job after one or two interviews, there are times …

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5 Things to Consider When Starting a Family-Friendly Job Hunt

5 Things to Consider When Starting a Family-Friendly Job Hunt

Published on March 28, 2017

Stacy Brown

Marketing Communications | Digital Marketing | Brand Development | Email Marketing | Social Media | Event Management

I recently decided to go back …

By Kelly Collins
Kelly Collins Senior Director of Graduate and Alumni Career Services
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How to Make Your Most Boring Jobs Sound More Interesting on Your Resume

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You’ve finally found it: The job listing that appears on your computer screen with a glowing beam of light and a rousing rendition of the “Hallelujah Chorus” playing on repeat.

Alright, maybe that’s a little bit dramatic. But, the point …

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