Each fall the Center for Community Service and Justice (CCSJ) partners with the Career Center to invite representatives of non-profit organizations and volunteer programs to campus for a career fair. The Fair offers graduating students a great opportunity to meet with the organizations that offer a wide variety of opportunities to servein the U.S and abroad. Every year, more than 30 representatives of the organizations participate in this Fair. For two and half hours around lunchtime, these representatives are on hand to discuss available volunteer opportunities and/ or permanent employment opportunities in the non-profit organization.
NOTE: "volunteer" usually means that you are living in a community of fellow workers and are provided with health insurance, room, meals and a small stipend.
This year the fair is scheduled for Monday, November 4th, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. in McGuire Hall, Andrew White Student Center of Loyola University Maryland.
Please watch this 40 seconds promotional video
The partnership between CCSJ and the Career Center illustrates the fact that full-time community service is a great career move—one that can fundamentally enhance your career preparation.In addition to economic benefits such as free housing and insurance, many of these programs offer opportunities for professional development that cannot be matched by most entry-level positions. Click here to check out the list of benefit of doing one or two year of volunteer service. Also, if you are interested to learn about Loyola graduates who have chosen full-time community service or non-profit organization as their career move, click here
For Non-Profit or Volunteer Service Organizations
You are welcome to attend this fair if your organization offers one of the following:
one or two year paid volunteer opportunities in the U.S or abroad
permanent employment or paid internship in the human services field
Please register online. The deadline for registration is Friday, October 25, 2013