Don’t Forget to Register for the 2015 Senior Etiquette Dinner

2015 Final Etiquette Dinner poster

You’re invited to join us for the 2015 Etiquette Dinner on Tuesday, April 7th from 6pm-8pm. Open to Regis College Seniors, a delicious five-course meal will be served alongside an entertaining etiquette presentation designed for those preparing for job interviews and formal social networking events.

A $10 deposit is required to hold your reservation (cash or check only) and will be refunded only upon attending the dinner.

Stop by Career Services in the Coors Life Direction Center (room 125) to drop-off your deposit.

Registration Deadline: March 31st.

For more information, contact Career Services at 303.458.3508 or

That Could Be Me: Women in STEM Panel


According to the United States Economic Committee, over the next decade, the economy will need nearly one million more STEM professionals than the US will produce at the current rate.  Due to the high demand for STEM- capable workers, wage and employment prospects for individuals with these skills are excellent.  Even so, not enough Americans are studying in these fields.  Women and minorities are underrepresented in the STEM workforce.

You are invited to attend the “Women in STEM” presentation on March 25 at 5:00 in Main Hall 333.  Hear stories about their journeys, successes and challenges in the fields.

Networking Event



Networking Event

Last Call, the Office of Alumni Engagement and Career Services would like to invite you to celebrate with other leaders on campus as well as Regis Alumni.

This is a great opportunity to learn from their valuable post-grad experiences and resources as you prepare to head out into the real world.

Come practice your networking skills with alumni who share similar experiences, majors and interests as you.

Heavy appetizers and your first drink are on us!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015


Clarke Hall Atrium

Business Attire is required.

Please RSVP via email to

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out. We hope to see you all there!

Find a Mentor for Your Career Development


Find a Mentor for Your Career Development

Whether you are searching for a job, attempting to advance your career, or looking to go back to school, seek a mentor for guidance. If you’re wise in selecting a mentor, that person most likely has gone through the same situation that you’re going through now. He or she can provide you with advice gained through experience.

A mentor can also serve as a connector to other professionals within your industry that can help in your job search or career development. An effective mentor should have an extensive network that can help support your professional needs.

Here’s an article written a week ago that discusses the merits of a mentor and how to find one:

Dollars and Sense: A Financial Literacy Workshop Series


Getting Your Financial Life on Track: Basic Budgeting
Thursday, March 19th, 4:00-5:00pm, Regis Room (Carroll Hall 125)
Facilitated by Lisa Alejandre, Director of Student Accounts

Basic budgeting is the first, most important step to taking charge of your financial future. Identifying your major expenses, monthly income, and setting realistic goals for savings are the beginning of a more stable, happy financial life. At this workshop, you will gain the knowledge you need to get started, no matter your current financial situation! Come make the first step to a more secure future.

Understanding Credit Cards: Interest and Beyond
Monday, March 23rd , 4:00-5:00pm; Location: Regis Room (Carroll Hall 125)
Facilitated by Richard Delliveneri, Director of Career Services

Credit cards occupy a special place in our wallets and purses. They give us a level of convenience that can measurably simplify our financial lives, but they also have the potential to complicate our lives and create financial problems that can haunt us for years. That’s why it’s so important for you to understand the key terms of your credit card agreement and strategies for managing your account wisely. Come to this workshop to learn about the different types of credit cards; interest rates and how they’re charged on
purchases, cash advances, and balance transfers; credit limits; various transaction fees; the true cost of minimum monthly payments; and other key provisions and strategies you should know in order to be a smart consumer.

Managing Your Student Loans
Monday, March 30th, 4:00-5:00pm, Regis Room (Carroll Hall 125)
Facilitated by Kimberly Shephard, Financial Aid Counselor

Worried about your student loan debt? This workshop will discuss loans in the present smart borrowing, types of loans, and loan limits—as well as what to do with your loans post-graduation. We will talk about repayment options, unemployment and forbearance, and graduate school and deferment. If you want to be in the know about your loan future, this workshop can answer all of your questions.

Adding it All Up: Those Pesky “Little Expenses”
Tuesday, March 31st, 4:00-5:00pm, Regis Room (Carroll Hall 125)
Facilitated by Lisa Alejandre, Director of Student Accounts

From that morning Grande Chai Latte to the monthly smartphone bill, these seemingly harmless expenses can add up to quite a budget line! By learning more about your own spending habits and establishing specific goals about these little expenses, you can
begin to give yourself greater financial freedom. Come to this workshop to learn tips and strategies for getting all those little expenses under control.

To guarantee a seat, RSVP with your name and the titles of any of these above
workshops to!


Have you considered taking PC220?

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Regis College Students…

Are you searching for a 2-credit class?

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Do you have a major?

What is your dream job?

Have you considered taking PC 220?

Check out the information below!  For more information, call Regis University Career Services at 303-458-3508 or email

What is a CV?


What is a CV?

Many clients come to our office asking “what is a CV?” and “what is the difference between a resume and a CV?”  In a nutshell, the purpose of a resume is to convey one’s work experience, education and applicable skills in the most concise format possible.  A CV, or curriculum vitae (Latin for “course of one’s life”), is typically longer in length (at least 2 pages) and includes:

  • Teaching Experience
  • Research Projects
  • Published Works
  • Professional and Educational Presentations
  • Academic Awards and Honors
  • Professional Affiliations

In the United States, A CV is primarily used only by those applying for positions in academia, science and/or research, or by those applying for grants and fellowships.

If you need assistance preparing your resume or CV, contact Regis University Career Services to schedule an appointment at 303-458-3508, or go to and click on “Schedule an Appointment”.