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Austin Green — November 7, 2019
Have you ever wondered what qualities employers care about when hiring college students or recent graduates? Student resumés that show leadership...
Jasmyn Alvarez — January 16, 2019
What if you only had as long as an elevator ride to impress your future boss? A solid elevator pitch is a great way to introduce yourself to employers and showcase what you can bring to their company.
Anna Matz — November 26, 2018
Gatekeepers are people who stand in the doorway between where you are and where you want to be. Just as much as you want them to give you the job,...
Shane Enete — September 25, 2018
I still remember that sinking feeling in my stomach as I carried my first tray of food to a hotel room. It was my first day of work after college....
Jeffrey Yuen — September 14, 2018
Jeffrey is a Senior Psychology major and works as a Peer Internship Ambassador in the Career Center. Planning for a career can be a challenging...
Anna Warner — September 5, 2018
With Career Expos, preparation is essential. Alumnus Anna Warner shares her advice to help you make the best first impression. When it comes to...
Katie Genung — April 18, 2018
Anyone else uncertain about what to do for a future career (please tell me I’m not the only one)? If that’s you, it’s completely okay! It can feel...
Rick Bee — April 17, 2018
Rick Bee is the senior director of advancement at Biola University and a professor at Biola Talbot School of Theology where he teaches a course on...
Samantha Gassaway — January 30, 2018
Okay, you are here. You moved into the dorm and you took your very first steps into your college experience and your future. Between school,...
Louie Chong — September 19, 2017
When you can't even...
Louie Chong — July 24, 2017
Why you shouldn't always choose "C"
Louie Chong — July 10, 2017
Remember why you started
Louie Chong — June 20, 2017
Trouble reading textbooks? Try this method to improve reading efficiency
Norlan Hernandez — June 9, 2017
You are not in the classroom and have many things competing for your time and attention.
Norlan Hernandez — May 16, 2017
Whether you are a recent high school grad or a full-time employee and mother of three, procrastination has no reserve.
John Tuttle — May 15, 2017
10 ways to keep Finals Week from turning you into a zombie.
John Tuttle — May 5, 2017
Resources to help you get a handle on personal finance
Norlan Hernandez — April 28, 2017
We’ve been thinking a lot about you and your experience in the online environment, specifically about how online students take notes. Needless to say, note-taking plays an imperative part in a student’s academic success.
Tiffany Lee — April 21, 2017
The last semester of your senior year can be filled with mixed emotions. Excitement about the upcoming celebration, stress over final assignments,...
Heidi Herchelroath, Tiffany Lee, Eyvette Min — April 12, 2017
Summer is quickly approaching. Have you considered taking summer courses or pursuing an internship? Below are three things you can do to maximize...
Tamra Malone, Carrie Stockton — March 31, 2017
Why affinity organizations matter.
Norlan Hernandez — March 23, 2017
If your life is anything like mine, I struggle to find more time. Juggling family, work, ministry, and school can feel like a circus act...
Anna Warner — March 2, 2017
You and I both know that this is an exciting day and age for the media. However, and I don’t know about you, usually when I tell people I study...
Daniel Chrosniak — February 23, 2017
People are often skeptical about the career value of a degree in English or philosophy. While the students in these disciplines are pursuing a...
John Tuttle — February 20, 2017
The Guardian wonders if 'being productive' is such a great goal.