A Lifetime of Career Support

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As a Regis student, you have access to free career counseling, as well as job and internship search assistance to get you on track to accomplishing your career goals. Let us help you every step of your Regis journey – from choosing a major that will compliment your strengths all the way to negotiating a fair salary for your skills. Come back any time you need. Our alumni have free access to our services for the rest of their lives.

Schedule an Appointment or Drop In

Log into our platform Handshake to schedule an hour-long in-person, phone or Skype appointment. Jobs are also posted on Handshake, as well as information on our upcoming in-person and online career fairs. If you need quick support, drop in between 3:30–4:30 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays for a 15-minute consultation. Drops ins are only available during the academic year and are not available during scheduled university holidays.

Employers: Using Handshake, you can post jobs or sign up to attend our next career fair.

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We offer a range of services to get you moving toward a satisfying career. See what we offer and log on to Handshake to schedule your in-person, phone, or Skype appointment.

Assessment Exploration

Discover how your interests, strengths and personality fit within your personal and professional goals. We have free assessments to get you started including the Strong Interest Inventory (SII), the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and StrengthsFinder.

General Career Counseling

Get insight on your career goals and professional advice on how to accomplish those goals on your terms.

Resume, Cover Letter and Portfolio Review

As the first thing potential employers will see, you’ll need your resume and cover letter in excellent shape. Let us help you to create and develop these essential pieces.

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Interview Tips, Tricks and Practice

Not only can we provide the inside scoop on what employers are asking in today’s interviews, we offer mock interviews to help you get over your nerves and hone your answers.

Employment Opportunity Assistance

Through career fairs, employer campus visits and job boards, we do our best to make sure opportunity is knocking. If you need help with your job hunt or advice on landing an internship, we can assist you in finding the right fit.

Other Services

Choosing a Major that will Serve You

We’ll guide you in exploring majors related to your interests, values, personality and strengths so you can feel confident that you’re making the right choice for the next steps in your career. We even offer a class for credit: Careers and Your Calling – PC220.

Networking Advice

Whether it’s during a career fair, on LinkedIn or at a local event, networking is crucial to accessing the hidden job market. We have the tools to push you to leverage your professional affiliations and to form new networking relationships.

Graduate School Assistance

Not only can we assist you in finding the right program to serve your goals, we can also help you navigate the application process and identify resources that will aid you in the selection process.

Tips on Salary Negotiation

You got the job! Congratulations. Now it’s time to negotiate. We have the strategies you need to ask for fair salary and job compensation.

Graduate Outcomes

Every year we ask our graduates where they are in their career so we can provide you with the facts on our excellent education and student preparation for the working world.

46% of our alumni found their job through networking in 2017
34% of our alumni had jobs secured before graduation

Alumni are employed at companies such as:
- Amazon
- The Archdiocese of Denver
- Colorado Children's Hospital
- PayPal
- The United Nations
- Western Union

Upcoming Career Events

The Center for Career and Professional Development at Regis University hosts events like Career Fairs for students.

2020 Career and Internship Fair

career and internship fairGreat companies from the Denver-metro area with open positions and internships will be on campus. Participating in this year's Career and Internship Fair will be employers from both the non-profit, for-profit business sectors, and professional associations. 

Mark your calendar and prepare yourself NOW with a new resume, cover letter, and skills to help you win over the company you've always dreamed of working for! Held each spring, this event is for students and alumni seeking a full-time/part-time job or internship. A career fair is an opportunity for you to present yourself professionally in person to a potential employer, while showcasing your communication skills. The keys to a successful career fair experience are preparation and follow up.

Here is a checklist to help you prepare:

  • Prepare your 30 second introduction
  • Make sure you dress professionally and bring copies of your resume
  • Don't forget to ask for business cards at the career fair so you can follow up with thank-you notes
  • Research the list of participating employers through Handshake which is updated daily 
  • Get your resume reviewed by a career counselor prior to the career fair
Resume Drop In Hours Monday - Thursday from 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. (in-person or virtual appointment), Clarke 214, Career Center

Resume Rush Week - January 27-30 - Stop by the career center in Clarke 214 for a quick resume review during drop-in hours 

To schedule an appointment with a career counselor, please call us at 303-458-3508 or schedule from your Handshake account at joinhandshake.com.

We look forward to seeing you at the Fair!

Prepare for the Fair Webinar

webinarPrepare for the Fair Webinar 
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 
Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm

Topics covered at the webinar include:

  • Create your own elevator pitch
  • In's and out's of a career fair
  • How to approach employers
  • Deconstructing professional dress

To reserve your spot email careers@regis.edu or click on the link below:

Reserve My Spot

2020 Spring Nursing Career Fair

Out of the abundance of caution the Center for Career and Professional Development has made the difficult decision to cancel this upcoming career fair. 

For the most recent updates and information please visit regisupdates.com.

2020 Just in Time Career Fair

Out of the abundance of caution the Center for Career and Professional Development has made the difficult decision to cancel this upcoming career fair.  

For the most recent updates and information please visit regisupdates.com.

Other Information

Employment Scams

We’ve compiled tips to clue you into fraudulent employment offers. Become informed and be careful—they are increasing in frequency online.

If you believe you’ve been scammed, read more in this article about what you should do next to protect yourself and to notify the right authorities.

Careers and Your Calling: a 2-Credit Discernment Course

Wanting to declare or confirm a major, but not sure if you’re ready? 
The class Careers and Your Calling (PC220) gives you space to sit with those challenging choices and spend some time reflecting with peers who are also deciding.

We meet once a week during Fall & Spring semesters, on Wednesdays from 3:30-5:20 p.m. It’s a 2-credit course.

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Client Rights

Information you provide during career counseling is considered and treated by the Center for Career and Professional Development as confidential, except in limited circumstances as described below. While the Center for Career and Professional Development 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 Brent Vogel, Director of the Center for Career and Professional Development at 303.458.3653.

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Northwest Denver Campus
Clarke Hall, Room 214

Monday – Friday 
8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.


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