The Biola Career Center is excited to partner with you to provide our students with opportunities for career development and success. Recruit from a nationally ranked university in the heart of Southern California, with over 6,000 students in more than 150 academic programs at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels.
"We Hire Biola"
Biola graduates stand out. That’s because Biola offers students a robust academic foundation and a well-rounded education in an environment that emphasizes character. To learn about the difference that Biola graduates can make in your organization, read why employers love to hire Biola. And for information about how Biola can partner with your company to meet your recruiting needs, explore the resources below.
Hire a Biolan
Biola has partnered with Handshake, a modern college recruiting platform to provide you with a one-stop-shop to meet your recruiting needs. You can easily post a job or internship opportunity for our students and/or alumni, manage your applications and request on campus events.
Log in to Handshake and begin recruiting today!
Biola would love to host you on campus to connect with our students. If you want to connect with students beyond our Career Expos, consider visiting campus for the following opportunities.
- Mock interviews
- Career Panels
Please contact us for scheduling.
Biola students are eager to learn about your organization and what skills are needed to succeed in your industry. If you provide any of the following opportunities, pease contact us for scheduling.
- Career Treks
- Job Shadowing
Sutherland Hall (Bldg #39, 1st floor East Wing)
As a private, Christian institution of higher learning, Biola University grants recruiting access to employers and organizations whose mission, policies, and practices are deemed consistent with the University's policies and standards. As such, the University's Office of Career Development may decline recruiting access to an employer or organization whose mission, policies or practices are deemed inconsistent with the University's policies and standards. In addition, the Office of Career Development reserves the right to decline recruiting access for any other reason which may be in the best interests of the University and its students.