BJU Public Relations

The official PR blog for Bob Jones University

" March 2018 "

Daniel Arter Interns with Griggs Memorial Baptist Church

Daniel Arter

GREENVILEE, S.C. (March 21, 2018) – Daniel Arter, a junior Christian ministries major at Bob Jones University, serves as an intern with Griggs Memorial Baptist Church in Greenville.

Arter, a resident of Greenville, leads the youth group, church choir and men’s Sunday school.

“This internship at Griggs allows me to apply my theology in the local church context by giving me opportunities to lead in different ministries,” said Arter. “This opportunity allows me to work with people of different cultures and backgrounds by connecting them into ministry, and helping them grow in Christlikeness.”

Bob Jones University to Host United States Air Force Concert Band

GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 20, 2018) – Bob Jones University will host the Unites States Air Force (USAF) Heritage of America Concert Band Tuesday, April 17, at 7 p.m. in Founder’s Memorial Amphitorium.

Activated in 1941, the USAF Heritage of America Band has inspired public patriotism and enhanced esprit de corps among all U.S. military service branches for over six decades. This group remains at the forefront of communicating Air Force core values and preserving America’s military and musical heritage into the 21st century.

The Concert Band is comprised of over 40 professional Airman-musicians stationed at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, Virginia. These world-class musicians captivate audiences on regular tours throughout the East Coast and present over 350 events annually in support of Airman morale, honoring our nation’s veterans and building relationships of trust between the American people and their Air Force.

The concert is free and open to the public.

For tickets, visit

Caroline Beadles Serves as Student Teacher at Summit Drive Elementary

Caroline Beadles

GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 20, 2018) – Caroline Beadles, a senior music education major at Bob Jones University, serves this semester as a student teacher at Summit Drive Elementary in Greenville.

Beadles, a resident of Travelers Rest, is teaching music to elementary students, organizing a talent show and directing a play as a part of her internship.

“I’m grateful for my internship because I get the opportunity to experience a real classroom setting with elementary aged children,” said Beadles. “While the experience may seem daunting, I am able to get help and advice from faculty and my mentor teacher.”

Bob Jones University to Host Dr. Billy Kim and Korean Children’s Choir

GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 19, 2018) – Bob Jones University will host world-renowned evangelist and broadcaster Dr. Billy (Jang Hwan) Kim and the Korean Children’s Choir Friday, April 6, at 7 p.m. in Rodeheaver Auditorium.

“BJU has hundreds of international students come through each year who enrich the culture of our campus and student body,” said Dr. Bobby Wood, BJU’s chief enrollment officer. “I pray that many of our students will be burdened the way Dr. Kim was during his time at BJU and will go out and make an impact for the sake of the Gospel.”

Kim earned a BA in Bible (1958) and an MA in New Testament & Theology (1959) from BJU and has honorary degrees from a variety of universities, including Biola University, Belhaven University, Campbell University, Myongji University, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, and the Korea Baptist Theological University and Seminary.

Kim serves as Chairman of Far East Broadcasting Company-Korea (FEBC), a network of 11 radio stations that transmit the Gospel to China, Russia, Japan, and throughout Korea. In 1993, Kim received the highest civilian award for radio broadcasting and media ministries from former South Korean President Roh, Tae-woo, recognizing his efforts for improving Korea’s relationship with China and Russia.

In addition, Kim serves as honorary chairman for the Christian Council of Korea, honorary board chairman for Korea Youth for Christ and Myongji University, director of Christian Service, Inc., and chaplain of the Korean National Police. Kim formerly served as pastor of Central Baptist Church in Suwon, Korea, and is the founder of Suwon Central Christian Academy and Capital Bible College and Seminary.

The Korean Children’s Choir, whose members range from ages seven to 13, is a ministry of FEBC-Korea. Directed by Kim, the group has performed at numerous churches, schools and concert halls throughout the United States and Korea, including Carnegie Hall and the White House. Their BJU performance, which will represent three of FEBC’s five children’s choirs, will feature folk songs and sacred selections.

The concert is free and open to the public. Tickets are available at

Dustin Killough Interns for Greenville Health System Life Center

Dustin Killough

GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 19, 2018) – Dustin Killough, a senior exercise science major at Bob Jones University, serves as an intern for the Greenville Health System Life Center.

Killough, a resident of Lakeland, Florida, interacts with clients of the Life Center by checking blood pressure, reading EKG’s and monitoring cardiac patients as they rehab and exercise.

“My internship has served as a great extension of what I’ve learned in the classrooms at BJU, “said Killough. “Both my professors and those I interact with at my internship have encouraged me forward and nurtured my desire to use what I’ve learned to serve others.”

Mikalah Wright Interns for Cherry Bekaert

Mikalah Wright

GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 16, 2018) – Mikalah Wright, a senior accounting major at Bob Jones University, serves as an intern for Cherry Bekaert in Greenville, South Carolina.

Wright, a resident of Gorham, Maine, works with the auditing department by copying and scanning papers, entering data, and writing individual workpapers within audits.

“This internship has opened my eyes to the lost and how God can use me as an accountant to be a light to the world,” said Wright.

Seth Severson Interns for BJU’s Information Technology Department

Seth Severson

GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 15, 2018) – Seth Severson, a senior information technology major at Bob Jones University, serves as an intern for BJU’s IT Department.

Severson, a resident of Dwight, Illinois, helps with the development and administration of Microsoft SharePoint sites.

“I am thankful for this opportunity to use knowledge I have learned from my IT classes as a foundation for my internship success,” said Severson.

Hannah Williams Interns with Stokes & Company

Hannah Williams

GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 14, 2018) – Hannah Williams, a senior accounting major at Bob Jones University, serves as an intern with Stokes & Company in Greenville, South Carolina.

Williams, a resident of New Palestine, Indiana, assists with payroll, tax document preparation, and daily bookkeeping for clients.

“As life’s lessons are best learned through hands-on experience, I am thankful for the valuable experience this internship has provided me,” said Williams. “The opportunity to practice accounting principles I learned in the classroom has given me insight into future career possibilities.”

Querubin Ramirez Interns for Infinity Marketing

Querubin Ramirez

GREENVILLE, S.C. (March 13, 2018) – Querubin Ramirez, a senior graphic design major at Bob Jones University, serves as an intern for Infinity Marketing in Greenville, South Carolina.

Ramirez, a resident of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, works with the project manager in the creative department to design, reach out to clients, and help fellow employees with daily tasks.

“Interning at Infinity has taught me the importance of real world experience such as working with clients, meeting deadlines, and even interacting with fellow employees,” said Ramirez.

Kaitlyn Hummel Interns for BJU’s Exercise Physiology Research Lab

Kaitlyn Hummel

GREENVILLE, S.C (March 12, 2018) – Kaitlyn Hummel, a senior exercise science major at Bob Jones University, serves as an intern for BJU’s Exercise Physiology Research Lab in Greenville.

Hummel, a resident of Florence, South Carolina, assists students with their client assessments, cleans and calibrates exercise testing equipment, and performs exercise testing on students, faculty, and staff.

“I am grateful for being able to work with an amazing supervisor and mentor,” said Hummel. “This internship is providing an opportunity to gain hands on experience and further my interest in an exercise science career.”