Undergraduate students use Facebook or Myspace to communicate with their peers on the internet. Some of these individuals do not realize that their future employers may have access to their Facebook or Myspace profiles. Any negative information these employers discover about their candidates is “Digital Dirt”. The purpose of this study was to discover the effectiveness of a university-based career services’ Digital Dirt workshop for undergraduate students. This study sought to determine if participants would have different survey responses after the Digital Dirt workshop intervention (post-test) than they had before the Digital Dirt workshop intervention (pre-test). The results of this study indicated that participants are more likely to remove pictures and personal information from their social networking profiles after participation in the Digital Dirt workshop than before attending the workshop.