RAs intentionally engage peers in conversation, develop relationships with residents, provide opportunities for residents to interact and form friendships, plan programs that promote growth, be an accessible campus resource, administer care in conflict and crisis situations. Apply Now
We love supporting, empowering, and serving students! We do this by listening to student concerns, funding student initiatives, and working with the administration to help Biola become the best school it can be for each and every student.
Peer Academic Advisors: Applications become available in late November to work the following academic year. Look for more information around campus and online at biola.edu/peeradvising in November. Positions open to students who are sophomores, juniors, or seniors at the time of application.
Questions? Contact Amanda Jordan, Director
Peer Internship Ambassadors empower all students in select academic programs to engage in quality internship experiences, through student advising and building bridges with internship employers. Working in partnership with Career Center staff to support Biola students in their career preparation and readiness through:
Student Engagement: Assist students in their endeavors to explore, experience and connect with career opportunities.
Employer Engagement: Serve as a liaison between Biola and both potential and continuing employer relationships.
Department Support: Act as a bridge between Career Development and your individual department.
All applicants are asked to meet the following requirements:
The Career Center employs Peer Internship Ambassadors to work with students in specific major departments across campus (listed below). Applicants may apply to their major's department, if it is listed. Current openings are for the following majors:
Interested in being a “first friend” and resource to new students and their families as they come to campus? There are approximately 65 volunteer positions that also receive semester-long leadership training and team building skills.
Our incoming class of students is diverse (major interest, hometown, denomination, ethnicity, age, experience, personality type, etc.) so we want our team to reflect that as well!
Mike Ahn, Director
Chapel Worship Team
Lisa Ishihara, Director
The Office of Campus Engagement (OCE) exists to provide quality co-curricular experiences in order to engage every student to cultivate community, learning, and development by connecting them to University life.
We’ll be hiring next February for our open 2018-2019 positions! Be sure to check out studenthub.biola.edu/spa-leadership or stop by our office in the Upper SUB for more info.
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Lester Larios, Assistant Director
Alicia Miller Andre, Director of Intercultural Education & Assessment
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Katie Tuttle, Director
Patrick Shin, Assistant Director