Let Regent Career Services help you with all aspects of your career, from choosing a major to negotiating a salary. You may choose to start on your own by accessing our online tools as you need them and also connecting with our team of career professionals who are eager to connect with you. Below, you can explore job searching tools, as well as those specific to employers, alumni and parents.
We are here to help you understand your interests, skills, purpose and special talents.
You can find local, national and international opportunities through Regent CareerLink. Check back often, and update your profile. Employers also post on-campus interviews and networking opportunities (information sessions, workshops etc.) in this system. You can automate your CareerLink Account using a customizable “search agent” to make the search process more efficient for you.
You can also view internship opportunities specifically for your major or find other internship resources in our Internship Zone.
Resumes are marketing tools to highlight your skills and abilities to a prospective employer, organization or graduate school. Your ultimate goal should be to hold the reader’s attention long enough to showcase your gifting that will add value to the organization. The appearance and format of your resume, as well as the content, need to clearly convey your talents in line with the specific opportunity. Customize your resume to fit your skills and reach your audience.
Click below to see school-specific resume templates and tips.
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While much of your interviewing style will stem from your personality, there are numerous facets of interviewing that, if done well, will help you generate a professional image. Regent Career Services offers several programs and resources through which you can increase your interview skills and learn about the dynamics of interviewing well.
While there are many strategies for searching for a job, some methods may be more successful than others. To best increase your chances of obtaining a desirable position, pray, review the strategies listed and consult with staff to increase your job search options.
The Career Services staff members are eager to provide advice to you as you consider attending graduate school. We have information on:
Regent students pursue graduate and undergraduate degrees in fields including communication and the arts, business, divinity, education, government, law, leadership, and psychology and counseling, as well as healthcare and cybersecurity. Our mission is to produce leaders who embody excellence and are prepared to make a positive difference. Read more about Regent.
Through rigorous academic training and spiritual development, Regent students obtain a strong work ethic and develop the desire to make a positive impact in the workplace, their communities and the world. Graduates of Regent are great assets to any company, and many have already demonstrated excellence in capacities such as CEOs, lawyers, counselors, ministers, teachers, screenwriters, and other influential roles.
Regent University is comprised of seven graduate schools and an undergraduate school. All students have access to the NACELink system which we call “CAREERLink.” Please click here to access students and alumni from the following schools below.
Use the link to post a job listing, an internship or an experience opportunity. Want to visit the campus for recruitment purposes? Choose from five options:
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Regent actively seeks corporate partnerships to enhance professional development and workplace performance in nonprofit and for-profit organizations of 500 employees or more. Learn more about the benefits of a corporate partnership with Regent University and join today!
Career Services creates networks for students to connect with organizations (employers, professional schools, government agencies, etc.). We prepare students for preliminary job processes (resumes and interviews) through practice programs and advising services, and by fostering a commitment to professionalism and Christian character.
As parents, you’ve worked hard to lay a great foundation for your student’s life. Your student will learn independence and build on this foundation, all the while needing your continued encouragement and the benefit of your network and wisdom. While the millennial student tends to bring a new level of technical savvy to the workplace, he or she may also bring unrealistic expectations that need the balance your experience can bring.
Regent invites you to explore the Student Section of this website thoroughly to be aware of the many resources offered to help your student discern his or her calling and take intentional steps toward it. The links below direct you to other materials provided for your benefit.