University apologizes, offers counseling to students for plugging job opportunities with Border Patrol

Students at a California college received an apology and were offered counseling services after being sent an email about employment opportunities with U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.

California State University in San Bernardino sent an apology to students who “experienced distress” after the career center sent a flyer from USCBP announcing that “U.S. Border Patrol is Now Hiring!”

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Veteran and military recruitment webinars being offered during the week were promoted by USCBP in the flyer which was forwarded to students.

Complaints to the school’s career center came in from the liberal students who were apparently triggered by the message.

While the school’s response did not note what the offensive part of the Border Patrol recruitment flyer was, their message was a pointed apology that pandered to the sensitive snowflakes.

“The Career Center sincerely apologizes for the email sent to students on Monday, August 5, 2019, regarding the employment webinars offered by the U.S. Border Patrol,” the message read.

“We recognize that some recipients experienced distress due to the contents of the message, and we acknowledge the validity of your concerns. Please know that the Career Center is committed to informing students about employment opportunities while also considering the safety and well-being of all members of the campus community,” it continued.

“If you wish to address this in person, you are welcome to visit the Career Center to speak with our Interim Director,” the note added. “You may also contact Counseling and Psychological Services if you would like to speak with a professional counselor.”

Twitter users slammed the triggered students for their disrespect of Border Patrol as well as CSUSB for apologizing.

Frieda Powers


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