March 06, 2017

Honestly. We ask you – have you ever sat in your car, in the parking lot where you work, contemplating whether you had the strength to endure another day?

“How did I end up here?” you think.

Your mind begins to melt as you ruminate on where, exactly, your passions went.

“I used to be somebody,” you whisper to yourself as you wail on air guitar to “Change the World” by Eric Clapton. And as a single tear falls down your quivering cheek, it takes everything in your power not to throw your car into drive and head south until you hit ocean.

Okay, let’s everybody calm down. Because really, it’s very common to remain at a job merely to make a living. There’s no shame in this. A recent Gallop survey reported that only one-third of employees are actually engaged in their job, and 51 percent are looking for a new career.

So, though you may fit in statistically – is that good enough?

At Regis University, and because of our Jesuit roots, we believe there’s incredible value in doing something meaningful with our lives, that (dare we say it) we also greatly enjoy. Loving our jobs AND making a living – Amen, folks. 

So where to start. Well, at Regis we also believe that talking passions pairs well with a cold draft. If you agree (high-five), perhaps you’d like to join us for our Tap into Regis event on March 29. We’ll be discussing, specifically, our graduate business programs as we clink our glasses and make new friends.

You’ll have the opportunity to network with faculty and learn about our newest programs such as the M.S. in Project Leadership and Management, Professional MBA, M.S. in Marketing, M.S. in HR, and M.S. in Finance. And if you have questions, admissions counselors will be on-hand.

Whether you’re hoping to completely change career paths or finally get that promotion, filling a glass with foamy goodness, surrounded by supportive intellectuals, is a great place to start.

Bring your air guitar. We’ll see you there.

Want the details on our Tap into Regis event? Click here. To learn more about Regis University, or to apply, simply click here.