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Category: Career & Vocation

  • Allen Yeh — 

    Inflation is often used just to refer to currency, but there is definitely also an “inflation” of degrees: to get a particular job 50 years ago...

  • Borrow Wisely

    How to handle student loans

    Alex Bell — 

    Whether you’re approaching the half-way mark for your time at Biola, just started the race, or are nearing you’re finish line, it is always a good...

  • Zachary Alsens — 

    Victoria felt like she was doing absolutely terribly at Biola, and it was only her first semester. She was trying to juggle family drama, a budding...

  • Bethany Williamson — 

    One of the biggest challenges I faced during my senior year of college was the need to make a decision and choose a path. Despite what ‘they say’...

  • Kent Dunnington — 

    My search for a career path during college was a morass of confusion. I began as a pre-med major, but dropped out my sophomore year after fainting...

  • Heather Martin — 

    Your resume is more than a summary of your job history; it is part of your professional brand and a primary piece of the first impression you will...

  • Michael Gonzales — 

    What I wish I knew as undergrad student I wish someone would have mentored me in college. I thought I knew what I wanted to do and how to get...

  • Heather Martin — 

    A tailored cover letter accompanies your resume in order to introduce yourself, indicate what job you are applying for and present how you are...

  • Zachary Alsens — 

    Sam Hammer wants to be a maxillofacial surgeon. A maxillofacial surgeon is a specialty surgeon who deals with head, neck and mouth trauma. Sam...

  • Zachary Alsens — 

    Grace Harmon has been involved with mission work since she was 15. When she decided to transfer to Biola and major in Intercultural Studies,...

  • Tiffany Lee — 

    Networking is an intentional, mutually beneficial process of building professional relationships. It is talking to people you know personally or...

  • Stewart Oleson — 

    How do you know exactly what you want to do, or be, for the rest of your life at age 22? You can’t … so relax. That doesn’t mean you should just...

  • John Tuttle — 

    College students are a favorite target for identity thieves. There are ways to protect yourself.