Biola's Journalism program prepares students for many exciting careers! Our graduates work around the world in the cutting edge of journalism. Biola Journalism students and alumni have worked in places like the Washington Times, the San Francisco Giants, WTOP (Washington, DC), the Associated Press, Operation Christmas Child, Transparent Productions, Bolt PR and Warner Bros Records. On October 11 - 12, 2013, come discover where a degree from Biola Journalism & Integrated Media will take you!
Two options for this experience allow it to easily fit within your schedule:
Option 1: Attend on Friday & Saturday:
By October 1, 2013: $40; After October 1, 2013 $50
Our two-day option allows you to gain a robust view of life at Biola. Arriving on Friday morning, you'll have the opportunity to attend chapel, stay in the dorms, visit a Journalism class, and tour campus. Plus, we'll have a special Friday evening event where you'll get to meet other students. Lunch, dinner and accommodations are all included with this option! On Saturday, you'll dive into Experience Journalism where you'll learn about the world of Journalism & Integrated Media, discover more about our four concentrations (Broadcast News, Writing & Publishing, Visual Media and Public Relations), as well as participate in a immersion Journalism competition that can help you in applying for one of four student-scholarships awarded within the department to new students. If you're wanting to see the world of Biola from the perspective of a Journalism student, the two-day option is a fantastic choice!
Option 2: Attend Only on Saturday:
By October 1, 2013: $25; After October 1, 2013 $35
If you're unable to be here the whole weekend, there is still plenty of activity to engage in on Saturday. Participate in sessions led by the program's faculty, interact with current Biola students and compete in a competitive journalism contest. Contest winners and strong entries play a prominent role in applications for scholarships available to incoming students.
You'll have the chance to find out more about the four emphasis of the major (Broadcast News, Writing and Publishing, Visual Media, and Public Relations) and connect with faculty who can help you find the best fit in the program. Whether or not you've had any prior experience in journalism, this is your chance to gain valuable feedback and insight to polish your skills.
Committed to diversity within the major, the Journalism Department is dedicated to helping students from a variety of cultural and economic backgrounds thrive in this program. Wherever you come from and whatever your experience has been, Biola's program offers you tools and training needed to make it in the world of journalism.
Experience Biola Journalism...and step into your future!
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Contact Carolyn Kim with questions or for more details!