Biola graduates can make a difference in your organization. We are excited to partner with you to meet your recruiting needs whether you come to campus for our events and workshops or we bring Biola to you.
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.
- Post Jobs
- On-Campus Interviews
- Register for an Expo
To set up a Handshake account:
- Create an employer account on Handshake.
- Join your existing company on Handshake, or create a new one. Use your corporate email address if you have one
- Request to connect with Biola. We will review your request within 1-2 business days
- You can view the details of this process, with screenshots, by checking out How to Create a User Account.
- To view details of how to post a job, watch How to Post a New Job.
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
- Industry Panels
- Employer Office Hours
Please email email@example.com or contact one of our Career Specialists for scheduling.
Biola students are eager to learn about your organization and what skills are needed to succeed in your industry. Let us bring Biola to you by hosting our students for a day through a company tour or our Job Shadowing program.
Some of our past hosts have included:
- The Boring Company
- Taco Bell
- Union Rescue Mission
- and more!
Meet Our Team
Biola’s team of career specialists develop a diverse array of recruiting and employer engagement opportunities throughout the year. Each team member specializes in specific academic schools in order to connect employers more directly to their desired candidates.
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.