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Don't fall for fake student job postings - Warning
Jobs that sound too good to be true should raise a red flag for any college student. Fake job postings are being sent via unsolicited e-mail to student accounts, including jobs for Mystery Shopping Providers Association (MSPA), Post of Service Evaluator, UNICEF (United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund), NGO Department of Disability & Humanitarian Foundation Relief, and more. We've seen an increase in these messages to CCRI students, sometimes appearing to be legitimate from other CCRI members, offering a few hundred dollars a week in pay. Do not apply to these jobs and we recommend that you contact [email protected] and Campus Police if you have been victim of these scams. Read more about common job posting scams.
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Career Services is available 5 days a week to address your career-related needs. To schedule a virtual (Zoom or WebEx), in-person, or phone appointment with a Career Placement Officer or Career Counselor, send an email to [email protected].
Online Career Assessments
CCRI Career Services offers two online career tools to help you make well informed
career decisions. Taking self-assessments can increase your confidence, help you see choices as well as provide focus for your
Both online assessments below are self-directed, meaning you receive results right away and professional interpretation is not required. If you have questions or want assistance in understanding your results and next steps, please make an appointment with a Career Services adviser.
New Students and those completing Orientation, please start with My Majors assessment. Your results will provide a list of majors and CCRI Academic & Career Pathways that represent some best-fit options for you to further explore.
Don't fall for fake student job postings
Jobs that sound too good to be true should raise a red flag for any college student. Fake job postings are being sent via unsolicited emails to student accounts and are even showing up in online job listing sites. Titles like "work from home" or "part-time job offer" are being sent to CCRI students, sometimes appearing to be legitimate from other CCRI members, offering a few hundred dollars a week in pay.