The office of human resources, in conjunction with the office of financial aid, strives to create a workplace and working community at Loyola which models for our students "strong truths, well lived." Our vision of student employment—both undergraduate and graduate—is to provide students with the opportunity to work on campus, working hand-in-hand with our faculty, staff, and administrators to fulfill Loyola's mission and their own potentials. Human resources would like Loyola to be a place where students come not just to learn from their course work, but also for personal fulfillment and job experience.
The National Student Employment Association states:
Work helps prepare a student for modern office culture, and promotes constructive employer/employee relationships. Students express ingenuity and creativity as they are encouraged to make improvements in their job situation. Working students also develop good habits like consistency, dependability, cooperation, tact and poise, and learn responsibility through meeting work schedules and quality requirements.
While our creeds and beliefs sometimes differ, we are all collaborators in an important endeavor, striving together to realize the Ignatian vision of education at Loyola. Individually and collectively, we are called to serve others with care and concern for the whole person that is at the heart of Jesuit education. In so doing, we will make Loyola an institution worthy of our efforts and deserving of our pride.
Student Employment Request Form
Templates to Assist You In Completing Your Tax Forms
Graduate Assistant Employment
For Graduate Assistantships
For Graduate Assistantship Supervisors
For additional information regarding student employment, contact Sana Gatenby, HRIS Specialist, at ext. 1371.
Outside Employment Opportunities
The Career Center receives off-campus job listings for full-time and part-time employment, summer jobs, and internships available to current undergraduate and graduate students and alumni. These listings are posted in the Career Resource Library and through Hounds4Hire, a Web-based, password-protected job/internship posting system for students and alumni who have registered with The Career Center.
Employers wishing to send jobs and internships to The Career Center should contact Mary DeManss, assistant director/recruitment specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit The Career Center website.
1 Student Employment Essentials. much a, Leslie. National Student Employment Association, 1998. p.6.