Last Updated: May 10, 2024

Privacy Policy

This policy explains our information practices, defines your privacy options and describes how your information is collected and used by us, Winthrop Intelligence, LLC d/b/a ("Intercollegiate").

This policy covers the website at (the "Intercollegiate Website"). The Intercollegiate Website is owned and operated by Winthrop Intelligence, a LLC organized under the laws of Wyoming. Should you have privacy questions or concerns, please call us at 800-218-2280, send an email to or send a letter to us at the following address: PO Box 1240, Cody, WY 82414.

By visiting or using the Intercollegiate Website and/or related services, you agree to the collection and use of information in the manner described in this policy. Intercollegiate shall have right at any time and without prior notice, at its sole discretion, to revise this policy. If we make material changes to this policy, we will notify you at this Intercollegiate Website, by email, by means of a notice the next time you log in to the Intercollegiate Website, or by means of a notice on the Intercollegiate Website homepage. Such revisions and additions shall be effective immediately upon notice. You are responsible for reviewing the Intercollegiate Website periodically for any modification to this policy. Any access or use of the Intercollegiate Website by you after notice of modifications to this policy shall constitute and be deemed to be your agreement to such modifications.

The Information We Collect

This policy applies to all information collected on the Intercollegiate Website, any information you provide to Intercollegiate (including information provided or created as part of the Intercollegiate services) and any public information collected by Intercollegiate (including contact information such as email addresses and phone numbers) related to a job applicant or a potential job applicant that may be used by Intercollegiate to provide services at the Intercollegiate Website. You will most likely provide us personal information to us when you register as a user of Intercollegiate Website or participate in certain Intercollegiate promotions or events. The personal information we may collect might include passwords, usernames, addresses, names, pictures, email addresses, phone numbers, job qualifications, work history, and credit/debit card numbers.

Blogs and Product Reviews

The Intercollegiate Website may include blogs, product reviews or other message areas that allow users to post or send information to the Intercollegiate Website. When you post information to the Intercollegiate Website, others can also view that information. We urge you to exercise caution when providing personally identifiable information to the Intercollegiate Website.

Our Collection of Your Data

In addition to the personal information you supply, we may collect certain information to (1) evaluate how visitors, guests, job seekers, and customers use the Intercollegiate Website; or (2) provide you with personalized information or offers. We collect data to make the Intercollegiate Website work better for you in the following ways: to improve the design of the Intercollegiate Website, to provide personalization on the Intercollegiate Website and to evaluate the performance of our marketing programs. The technologies we may use to gather this non-personal information may include "IP" addresses, "cookies", browser detection, "weblogs" and various "geo-location" tools.

How we Collect and Use Information

Our primary goal in collecting your information is to provide you with a personalized, relevant, and positive experience with the Intercollegiate Website.

You can register on the Intercollegiate Website to receive promotions and updates, or to be contacted for market research purposes. You can control your privacy preferences regarding such marketing communications (see the section below entitled "Your Privacy Preferences").

From time to time, you may be invited to participate in optional user surveys or promotions, and Intercollegiate may request that you provide some or all the above listed personal information in those surveys or promotions. We use information collected from surveys and promotions to learn about our users to improve our services and develop new products and services of interest to our users.

IP addresses define the Internet location of computers and help us better understand the geographic distribution of our visitors and customers and manage the performance of the Intercollegiate Website.

Cookies are tiny files placed onto the hard drive of your computer when you visit the Intercollegiate Website, so we can immediately recognize you when you return to the Intercollegiate Website and deliver content specific to your interests. You may modify your browser preferences to accept all cookies, be notified when a cookie is set, or reject all cookies. Please consult your browser instructions for information on how to modify your choices about cookies. If you modify your browser preferences, certain features of the Intercollegiate Website may not be available to you.

We may detect the type of web browser you are using to optimize the performance of the Intercollegiate Website and to understand the mix of browsers used by our visitors, guests, and customers. To learn about how people use our site, we examine weblogs, which show the paths people take through the Intercollegiate website and how long they spend in certain areas.

The Website may include the ability to link certain geographical information made available by us with your physical location. When you use the Website the Website may know, in very general terms, your current physical location. To the extent that the Website can determine your physical location, we may use your location to make available information to you that is relevant because of your physical location.

Intercollegiate may collect general, public information (including contact information such as email addresses and phone numbers) that may be searched and used by schools to identify qualified job candidate using the services provided by Intercollegiate at the Intercollegiate Website. In addition to the information we may collect described in the preceding paragraph, we may also compile certain general information related to your use of the Intercollegiate Website. You agree that we are authorized to use, reproduce and make such information available to third parties in the aggregate, provided that your information shall not include personally identifiable information about you or be attributable to you.

Intercollegiate may contract with unaffiliated third parties to provide services such as user communications, website hosting, data storage, analytics, advertising and other services (e.g., Google Ads and Google Analytics). When we do this, we may provide your personally identifiable information to third parties only to provide those services, and they are not authorized to use your personally identifiable information for any other purpose.

Our Commitment to Data Security

Access to your personal data is limited to authorized Intercollegiate staff or approved vendors. Although total security does not exist on the Internet or through mobile networks, Intercollegiate shall make commercially reasonable efforts to safeguard the information that you submit to Intercollegiate.

Use of the Intercollegiate Website by Children

The Intercollegiate Website is not intended for use by children under the age of 18.

Our Privacy Preferences

When you sign up as a registered user of the Intercollegiate Website you may begin receiving marketing communications such as e-mail newsletters, product and service updates and promotions. Our users generally find this type of information useful. If you do not want to receive these updates, you must "opt-out" by unchecking the "Add me to the mailing list" box on the registration page, or should you choose to opt-out after registering, you can select the "unsubscribe" link at the bottom of the email and follow the opt-out instructions or send an email to

How to Access, Review, Correct or Delete Your Information

Send Intercollegiate an email at if you want to access, review, correct or delete your personally identifiable information collected by Intercollegiate. To protect your privacy and security, Intercollegiate requires a user ID and password to verify your identity before granting you the right to access, review, make corrections to or delete your personally identifiable information. Intercollegiate may be required by law to retain certain of your personal information; if this is the case, you may not be able to correct or delete all your personal information.

Disclosure of Information

In addition to the other provisions of this Privacy Policy that gives Intercollegiate the right to disclose your personal information, we reserve the right to disclose your personally identifiable information as required by law and when we believe that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights and/or comply with a judicial proceeding, court order or legal process. It is also possible that Intercollegiate would sell its business (by merger, acquisition, reorganization or otherwise) or sell all or substantially all its assets. In any transaction of this kind, user information, including our personally identifiable information, may be among the assets that are transferred. If we decide to so transfer your personally identifiable information, you will be notified by an email sent to the last know email address in our files, by notice posted on the Intercollegiate Website.

Privacy and Other Websites

The Intercollegiate Website may contain links to other websites or other mobile applications. Intercollegiate is not responsible for the privacy practices of these other sites or applications. This policy only applies to information collected by Intercollegiate.

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