Loyola University Maryland

The Career Center

Employers

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We are Loyola Ready

Loyola students are driven—not just to succeed, but to know they are achieving their potential. They are determined to make the world better, to be better friends, better neighbors, better global citizens. At Loyola the expectation that you’ll pursue excellence in academics is balanced with the hope that, once the books are closed, you’ll live life with passion. And our students—and generations of graduates—do. Employers often praise Loyola hires for their ability to think critically, lead by example, communicate effectively, and fully embrace the task at hand.

Meet your organization’s needs for high-quality candidates, and get to know the Loyola Greyhounds. Again and again, employers have praised Loyola students and graduates’ professionalism, eagerness, and an ability to adapt to change to the workplace.

Ways to engage with our students and alumni:

Post Jobs and Internships through Handshake

Loyola is a member of the Handshake network of universities, where 120,000+ companies focus their efforts to recruit top college talent. Learn more about the benefits of Loyola’s partnership with Handshake from an employer perspective.

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For community members looking to post local jobs, please consider exploring Care.com, as Handshake does not have functionality to support family based jobs. 

On-Campus Interviews

Come to campus to interview our students for full-time, part-time, and summer jobs as well as internships. Interviews are generally scheduled between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and occur in The Career Center during the fall and spring semesters. You can also hold an information session prior to your interview day. You can schedule on-campus interviews through Handshake after posting job and internship opportunities. 

Skype Interviews

If a trip to our campus is not possible, we offer Skype interviews as an alternative. Students can use the computer in our Skype interview room to connect with you online. In addition, this service is available for employers interested in interviewing students who are studying abroad.

Career Events

Each year, The Career Center hosts a variety of events including career and internship fairs as well as other networking events. Visit our events page for upcoming opportunities and registration details.

Special Programs

Consider helping out with our Practice Interview Program (PIP) and walk-in résumé critique days to help prepare students for the job/internship search process.

Classroom/Club Presentations

Looking for a student in a particular major? Visit a class or consider presenting to one of Loyola’s student clubs or organizations about your company, industry, and opportunities. Webinar technology is available.

Information Tables

Share company information and talk with students inside the Student Center from 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. any day during the week.

Experiential Site Visits

Invite an interested student or group of students to meet with individuals within your organization. This opportunity exposes students to the many career options within your organization and educates them on the interrelated functions of various careers.

Maryland Technology Internship Program (MTIP)

MTIP helps Maryland retain top talent by increasing the number of paid technical internships offered in the state. Funded by the State of Maryland, the program offers financial assistance to technology-based businesses, as well as state and local agencies, to hire more interns. 
 
Internship funding is now available to technology-based businesses and state and local agencies offering paid internships.  Preference will be given to employers seeking interns to fill technical and creative roles that require science, technology, engineering, and/or math (STEM) skills. If you just hired an intern or are recruiting candidates, be sure to review the program details and apply.  

Baltimore Collegetown

Explore employer resources on topics regarding Internship Overviews and the Internship Process. Learn more about areas such as writing effective internship postings, for credit, paid, and non-paid internships, assessing internal needs, evaluating and interviewing candidates, and more.

Share Your Ideas!

Do you have additional ideas about connecting with our students or want to learn more about the items above? Get in touch today!

Phone: 410-617-2232
Email: thecareercenter@loyola.edu

Peggy Sell
Alumni

Peggy Sells

This 2007 graduate fuses her passion for art history with her desire to make art accessible at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas

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