Loyola University Maryland

The Career Center

Faculty and Administrators

The career development process permeates every aspect of the student experience. Work with us to help students take advantage of every opportunity on-campus and beyond!

Learning Objectives

Career services organizes many programs to help our students explore and learn about careers, pursue exciting opportunities, and reflect on their career journey. For an understanding of these programs, view our learning objectives.

Have a Program/Event?

Academic departments and co-curricular offices are constantly doing amazing work helping students discover and explore fields of interest through panel discussions, speakers, career nights, and other activities. Get in touch if you would like to collaborate on an event, or share your upcoming opportunities with us through the form below and we will help market the program to students!

Contact us about an event!

We encourage you to download and add the Loyola Ready branding to your posters and digital marketing material to signify that your event is designed to support professional and career development. Loyola Ready celebrates how every member of the Loyola community plays a part in the career journeys of our students!

In-Class Workshops

If you are planning to dedicate some class time to career development, feel free to choose a topic from our menu of workshops below, and submit a workshop request. One of our team members will get back to you shortly to coordinate details.

  • Career Services 101 (30 min)
  • Discover Your Interests with the Strong Interest Inventory (50 min)
  • Campus Leader to Career Leader (50 min)
  • (Re)Designing Your Life (50 min)
  • Resume Essentials (50 min)
  • Cover Letter Essentials (50 min)

Request a Workshop

Loyola Connect

Loyola has partnered with PeopleGrove to develop a custom, Loyola-only career networking platform to help students, alumni, faculty, and friends of the University connect around career topics.

Learn more about Loyola Connect  Loyola Connect Login

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