Jobs and Internships
Whether you are looking for your first job experience or have already established your career, building connections is key to moving forward. Connecting with Biola alumni, recruiters, and professionals that you admire will not only give you insight into potential career options, but can lead to job and internship opportunities. Utilize LinkedIn, Handshake and Career Center events on campus to expand your network and learn about employers, industries and opportunities. See below to get started.
Job and Internship Search
Handshake is our internship and job search platform for students and alumni.
- Access — Access thousands of job and internship opportunities
- Visibility — Expand your network to over 500,000 employers! Complete your profile to increase your visibility.
- Personalized Content — Receive updates about events, jobs and internships relevant to your major.
With so many job boards and postings online, it can seem like you’re searching for needle in a haystack. Check out these tips to learn how to easily and efficiently find a job or internship that interests you.
Networking is a valuable aspect of the job-search process because it gives you access to industry knowledge and can lead to potential job opportunities. Use these networking opportunities to connect with professionals in and out of your circle.
Each semester, the Career Center hosts a number of events bringing career connections directly to you.
- Fall and Spring Career Expos
- Company tours
- Industry and alumni panels
- Recruiter-led workshops
- And more!
Take a look at the events calendar to see what’s coming up!
LinkedIn is one of the primary ways to find and connect with potential employers and professional mentors. Take the time to establish and develop your online presence so employers can easily learn about what makes you a valuable candidate.
Go beyond LinkedIn and set up conversations with professionals to learn more about their job, company and industry.
Biola Alumni Network
All over the world Biolans want to connect with each other. Moving to a new region? Looking to explore a new career field? Connect with a Biola alumni contact.
Not sure where to start? Check out the stories of Biola students and faculty sharing their career journeys.
Embedded Systems Software Engineer II, Raytheon
Engineering Physics, B.S. '16
News Reporter, KOIN-TV
Journalism, B.A. '12
Copywriter at One & All
English, B.A. '13