Regent’s Office of Career & Talent Management is committed to helping you with all aspects of your career, from choosing a major to negotiating a salary. We offer field-specific advice and information, and can help optimize your academic preparation for your career objective. Access our online tools and connect with our team of career professionals who can guide you in your career decision-making process.
Assessments can help you learn more about your personality, interests, and “best-fit” job situation. We offer a variety of assessments, including career aptitude tests, at various prices to help you navigate the decision-making process. These include:
FOCUS 2 is a self-paced, online career and education planning tool for Regent University students. It will enable you to self-assess your career-relevant personal qualities and explore career fields and areas of study that are most compatible with your assessment results. FOCUS 2 also provides valuable occupation information.
FOCUS 2 provides:
To optimize your use of FOCUS 2, be sure to:
Get Started with FOCUS 2:
Many of Regent’s schools have distinct internship processes, please check here to find out how your school guides you on receiving credit for an internship placement. Only CAS students need to register their internship through CTM.
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If you are a College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) student and you have an internship site secured, meaning you have been offered and accepted the internship position, you must register to attend the internship orientation. At orientation representatives from CTM and Advising will walk you through the internship process and the forms that must be submitted for registration.
If you are a CAS student come ready with the internship description and an idea of your internship objectives (i.e. what you intend to gain/learn from this experience). For an example of an objective, look at the beginning of one of your previous course syllabuses.
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Attend one of the Internship Orientations listed under the session in which you hope to register the internship (see dates above). The last date listed is the final Internship Orientation available for the session.
Don’t wait until the last minute. Give yourself time to search, interview, secure, and register for the Internship Orientation. If your degree program requires an internship experience or you see the value of taking advantage of this opportunity as an elective, start searching for an internship two semesters prior to the semester you wish to complete the internship for credit.
Call 757.352.4926 to learn more.
Resumes are marketing tools to highlight your skills and abilities to a prospective employer, organization or graduate school. Writing a good one takes time, thought and work. Customize your resume to fit your skills and reach your audience. It should be a relatively brief, attractive document that convinces employers that you are the person they are looking for.
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. We prepare you to face ‘One to One Interview’, ‘Panel Interview’ and ‘Video interviews as today employers use a variety of interview methods in finding the strongest candidate. Let us help you better prepare yourself for all scenarios so you can increase your interview skills and learn about the dynamics of interviewing well.
Schedule a Mock Interview appointment today with a Career Specialist at CTM.
Regent’s Office of Career & Talent Management is committed to helping you with all aspects of your career, from choosing a major to negotiating a salary. We offer field-specific advice and key information from Employers to help optimize your academic preparation for your career objective. Connect with our team of career professionals who can guide you in your career decision-making process.
Be sure to check back often as more events get added throughout the year!
|July 29, 2020
12 – 1 p.m. EST
Virtual Financial Services Resume Workshop
In preparation for the Financial Services Virtual Hiring Event, we will be hosting a webinar to get your resume ready. Those that attend this resume webinar will receive the registration link to the hiring event a week prior to August 6.
Click on this link to join the resume webinar and enter the following Meeting ID when prompted the day of the event:
Meeting ID: 933 0698 8636
|August 6, 2020
12 – 1 p.m. EST
Financial Services Virtual Hiring Event*
Are you looking for a job in the Financial Services sector? The Office of Career & Talent Management is hosting a Financial Services Virtual Hiring Event, where you will have the chance to hear directly from employers about their nation-wide entry-level jobs to VP positions, and what type of candidates they are looking for.
*Those that attend the July 29 resume webinar will receive the registration link a week prior to the hiring event.