Create Your Career Discover your strengths and leverage them to build a personalized plan to establish and achieve your career goals. Effectively communicate with employers through Career Services. Our team can provide you with the resources needed to improve your networking, interviewing and professional skills. Our career counselors can help you find a major, connect your major to your desired career path, and help you employ best-practice job-searching strategies to reach your goals. CareerCounselingWorkshopsNetworkingEmployerVisitsInternshipsClientRights Our career counselors can help you: find the best academic major or program discover and articulate your strengths through various personality, interest, skills, and values assessments develop your resume and other self-marketing tools help you navigate the grad school application and job search processes by employing best- practice strategies manage career transition develop networking skills to tap into the hidden job market and prepare for interviews All appointments with career counselors may be conducted in-person, over the telephone, or via Skype. To book an appointment, call 303.458.3508 or access our appointment calendar. Career Assessments Career Services provides a variety of assessments to help you explore careers that may be of interest to you. Strong Interest Inventory (SII) assesses your interests as they match with a range of work environments and your confidence in work skills. Scoring Fee: $15. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) helps you understand your personality preferences as they relate to career options. Scoring fee: $25. SIGI3 helps you explore careers based on your interests, values and skills. This resource is free of charge for students and alumni and can be accessed through CareerLink. The MBTI, and SII each require pre-payment. You will need to consult with a counselor to determine which assessments will be most helpful for you, to set up an interpretation session and to arrange for payment of the scoring fee. Online Workshops e-Networking Compensation Negotiation Surviving and Thriving During Job Loss Discovering and Researching Employers Career Decision Making Federal Job Hunting Graduate School Admissions Strategically Managing the Job Search- Taking Your Product to Market Interviewing Strategies for CPS Students and Alumni Interviewing Techniques for Students with Disabilities Making the Career Fair Work for You Is Law School for Me? Military to Civilian Career Transition Job Search for International Students Networking Relationships: The Key to the Hidden Job Market Essential Resources for Managing Career Change Networking is a key skill to conducting a successful job search. Through networking, you can generate additional contacts, support, and access to the hidden job market. To connect with Regis students and alumni, please join the Regis University Alumni Association LinkedIn Group. Participation is free and it’s a great way to find people who share your career interests. For more information, contact the Alumni Office at 303.458.3536. Also see the following resources on networking from Regis Career Services: Networking Relationships: The Key to the Hidden Job Market Networking Guide Information Interviewing Guide E-networking CareerSpots We provide many opportunities to connect with employers. Employers come on campus to meet students, host information sessions about their organization, and interview qualified candidates. Check out the Career Events page for the latest information on employers that will be visiting Regis. If you schedule an on campus interview with an employer, we require you to notify Career Services if you cannot attend a scheduled interview. Refer to our On-Campus Interviewing Policy and the Interviewing No-Show Cancellation Policy. Mock Interview Schedule a mock interview to practice answering tough interview questions and get some feedback on how to best present yourself. Internships for College for Professional Studies Students CPS students, both undergraduate and graduate, may benefit from participating in an internship. Internships help develop necessary skills and experience, especially for those in career transition. If you are unsure of your career path or need assistance with identifying potential internship sites, please contact Career Services to schedule a time to talk (by phone or in person) with a career counselor. For assistance with determining whether or not you want to earn academic credit for the internship, developing learning objectives, and obtaining the necessary forms that need to be completed, contact your academic advisor or department. Your Rights as a Client Information you provide during career counseling is considered and treated by Career Services as confidential, except in limited circumstances as described below. While Career Services strives to protect the privacy of career counseling communications between its career counselors and students, alumni, and other clients, please be advised that no assurances can be made for the security or confidentiality of information sent by email transmission. Accordingly, it is important for you to decide on the mode of communication with career counselors you find most comfortable. If you prefer a more secure mode of communication with your career counselor, you are encouraged to schedule either an in-person or telephone appointment. The following are exceptions to the confidentiality of information provided by clients in career counseling: When the client, or his or her legal representative, expressly waives confidentiality When disclosure of confidential information is required to prevent clear and imminent danger to the client or others When a career counselor consults with another career counselor to obtain professional information or advice to assist in serving the career development needs of the client When disclosure is required by law, including, but not limited to, court-ordered disclosure. When circumstances require disclosure of confidential information, only essential information will be revealed. To the extent possible, a client will be informed before confidential information is disclosed. The information recorded about you in the course of career counseling will be retained for three years from the date of your last appointment, and will thereafter be destroyed. Career counselors are required to conduct themselves in a professional manner. If you have any questions, concerns, or complaints regarding the conduct of any career counselor, you may contact Richard DelliVeneri, Director of Career Services at 303.458.3508 or Diane McSheehy, Dean of Student Life at 303.458.4086. Regis University Schedule an Appointment All Regis students, alumni, faculty and staff are invited to schedule an in-person, phone, or Skype appointment with a career counselor. Click here to access our appointment calendar.