All Regis University students and alumni are invited to attend! Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All students are invited to attend the
Teach for Change Information Panel
Representatives from Peace Corps, Americorps, City Year, Teach for America and Alum Service Corps will be there.
When: Thursday, September 18th
Time: 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Where: Claver Hall, Room 125
Pizza will be served. Please RSVP to Regis University Career Services at email@example.com
Regis University Career Services invites all Accounting students to attend the annual Accounting Mixer
- Tuesday, September 23rd
- 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
- Regis University – Lowell Campus
- Claver Hall
- Mountain View Room
Whether you’re interested in an internship or a job, you’ll want to attend this event which happens only once a year. This is an opportunity for Regis University Accounting students to meet and interview with recruiters from accounting firms. To attend, please RSVP to Regis University Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-458-3508.
Attention Health Professions Students:
You don’t want to miss this opportunity to meet and network with over 30 major healthcare employers.
Regis University Health Professions Career Fair
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Student Center, Main Cafe
Regis University – Lowell Campus
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Attention Business Students and Alumni!
You are invited to attend the 2014 Colorado Business School Career Fair
Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High
When: Friday, September 12, 2014
Time: 12-7 p.m.
This is an opportunity to meet and network with over 135 major employers. Professional attire is REQUIRED to attend! A number of companies will be conducting on-site interviews. Be prepared, and bring several copies of your resume.
Regis University Business students and Alumni, please RSVP to Regis University Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 303-458-3508.
Readying Rangers for Tomorrow
Readying Rangers for Tomorrow is heading into its fourth year of existence promoting career and leadership development to student athletes.
Readying Rangers for Tomorrow is a free-of-cost, curriculum-based program, which awards student-athletes for activities like visiting Career Services for academic major exploration, volunteering, being a member of a club/organization, serving as a team captain, having a job on or off campus, etc. The goal of the program is to prepare student athletes to be a leader on and off the field for life after Regis.
After completing the curriculum for Readying Rangers for Tomorrow participants will receive a Leadership Certificate signed by the President of the University and Athletic Director that they can market potential employers and internship sites.
As of last May, there are 69 student athletes registered in Readying Rangers for Tomorrow. If you are a student athlete and are interested in joining the program, or have any questions, simply send an email to email@example.com with your interest or inquiry.
Additionally, this year we are offering Readying Rangers for Tomorrow T-shirts for new members.
Assistant Director, Career Services
Tips on How to Respond to “Shoulder Surfing” Requests in Job Interviews
Have you ever considered how you would respond if asked by an employer to disclose your Facebook password during an interview? Joshua Waldman, author of Job Searching with Social Media For Dummies quotes Facebook’s official statement on this in his article titled “What to do if a Company Asks for Your Facebook Password in a Job Interview”: “[shoulder surfing] undermines the privacy expectations and the security of both the user and the user’s friends, and potentially exposes the employer who seeks this access to unanticipated legal liability”. The bottom line: Decline the request. Easier said than done, right? Waldman outlines some professional and tactful ways to respond to this request:
- “I take my agreements very seriously. And it is against Facebook’s user policy to share my password with anyone else. I’m going to have to respectfully decline your request”.
- “I’m sure your firm has a social media policy. Well, it is my own social media policy to use Facebook for personal reasons. I mean no offense, but I’m going to have to decline”.
- “Privacy is a very serious matter for me. Should I be employed with your organization, I would honor private company information just as seriously as I honor my own. Even if this means losing a great opportunity for me, I must refuse your request. And know that if I were presented with a similar situation with your private information, I would respond in the same way”.
- “I wouldn’t want to jeopardize your organization’s standing with OFCCP’s regulations about asking about kids or other protected private matters in the course of an employment decision. Therefore, if you don’t mind, I’d prefer to keep my Facebook profile private. However, should you and I become friendly after my employment, I would have no problem having you in my network”.
Whether or not you choose to disclose your Facebook password, Waldman leaves us with one final thought: “When you use social media you are a publisher. Never forget that. When people complain that they now have to ‘watch their step’ with every post, welcome to reality. That’s the way it always was”.