Professionalism Awareness Month

October is Professionalism Awareness month at Regis College. The tag line: “It’s easy for you to look good” was chosen because by following these standards consistently, you are sure to stand out from a crowded playing field. All Regis interns, work study/student employees and graduate assistants are required to comply with these standards at all times.

Spiff up your image and enter to win a $100 gift card!!!

We have created a raffle drawing in November and December. Simply comply with all standards (listed below), ask your supervisor to sign off on your participation using this form, submit the form to the Center for Internships and Career Placement in the first week of November and December and you can enter to win a $100 gift card. And wait… there’s more… we will have two raffles, one in November and one in December. Students who hold part-time jobs off campus can also participate. Don’t miss the chance to get some $$ help with your holiday shopping.

Here are the Standards

Punctuality and Attendance

  • Students will arrive at their place of employment on time, every time. In the event of an illness or other excused absence, the student is expected to contact their supervisor ahead of time.
  • Students are expected to maintain their agreed-upon work schedule.

Work Standards

  • The student is expected to meet all job obligations including following the processes and procedures established by the employer/supervisor.
  • Confidential information is expected to be kept confidential.

Professionalism in the Workplace

Students are expected to:

  • Dress appropriately based on the work environment: if a particular work environment requires professional dress, the student is expected to dress professionally. If casual attire is the norm, the student may dress casually. Sweat pants are not permitted.
  • Demonstrate a positive attitude at all times.
  • Demonstrate initiative when appropriate. (The supervisor will define “appropriate”.)
  • Turn off cell phones and use office technology for professional reasons only.

Regis students are expected to consistently demonstrate a strong work ethic.

  • The student should be viewed as dependable, responsible and cooperative.
  • Graduate Assistants are required to maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better.

Questions? Call Susan Kennedy at (781) 768-7271.

Contact Information

Susan Clancy Kennedy, Director
Center for Internships and Career Placement
781-768-7271

Mailing Address

Center for Internships and Career Placement
Regis College
Box 77
College Hall, Room 209
235 Wellesley Street
Weston, MA 02493

Office Hours

During the academic year
9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday

Regis College: Professionalism Awareness Month
October is Professionalism Awareness month at Regis College.