As a public relations student at Biola, you’ll have so many opportunities to put your education to practice. From student associations and internships to chances to participate in student-run media, there are many different ways to get involved.
Public Relations Student Groups
Biola is home to public relations student groups like a Biola chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), a student-run agency (6th Street PR) and an honors program. Learn more about public relations student groups at Biola University.
Biola’s campus, so near Anaheim, home of Disneyland, provides students many opportunities for internships that can provide networking for both public relations and journalism careers. Students accepted for Disney internships complete coursework in leadership development and experience with public management. Students can also build ties to professionals in media properties owned by Disney, such as ABC News.
Students have the opportunity to join The Biolan (Biola’s yearbook, one of the oldest forms of student media on campus) or The Point (an award-winning student magazine) during their time at Biola. These student publications are entirely student-produced, giving students a chance to expand their skills in writing, photography, design and more.
Washington D.C. Journalism and PR Opportunities
The Fund for American Studies and various other D.C.-based study and internship opportunities have been a successful fit for Biola journalism and public relations students. These programs offer courses and internship opportunities that parallel elements of our majors. Many Biola graduates in journalism and PR have made successful career entry in D.C.