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We’ve created a series of steps that will help your planning process. Always remember you are ultimately responsible for your career planning — not your boss, not your mentors, not the Career Center — YOU. Before you can chase that dream, decide what success means to you, including life outside of your career.
Career-related internships and jobs are essential to a Biola education. Most employers claim that relevant work experience is the #1 factor in choosing one candidate over another, even more important than GPA and major. Begin searching for resume-building experiences today in our new job board: Handshake, or come visit our offices for an advising appointment to help you determine your best next steps. You can also look for jobs on Linkedin.
We have resources and experts available to support you in developing skills for success. Log in to Handshake for guides on resume writing, cover letters, interviewing well, networking and other resources. Meet with our career team for personalized advising to help you to hit the ground running, either towards the job market or to grad school.
Biola graduates make a difference — in workplaces, ministry and in higher learning. Visit Biola's career outcomes page for the most recent statistics on our graduates' successful transitions into careers or graduate school, along with data about their internship experience as students. Additionally, learn what employers have to say about why companies and organizations are eager to hire Biola graduates.
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Wednesday, April 11, 2018