The Center for Community Service + Justice (CCSJ) and York Road Initiative (YRI) offers opportunities for Loyola undergraduate and graduate students to be part of the team in working to connect Loyola's campus to our local Baltimore community.
Undergraduate Student Interns
Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors are encouraged to apply for different internship opportunities with CCSJ, which include Student Service Coordinators, Student Publicity Assistants and Student Administrative Assistants. For more details about each position, please read the qualifications and job descriptions page (please note that these positions can change for the 2020-2021 academic school year). To apply for an internship, please review the application process and requirements or come to one of the information sessions before completing the application.
Apply to be a Student Intern
Undergraduate Work-Study Students
CCSJ offers undergraduate students who are eligible for Federal Work-Study opportunities to support the logistical and programmatic needs of CCSJ community engagement activities. Work-Study students can work from a minimum of 3 hours/week up to a maximum of 15 hours/week depending on the placement assignment.
Apply for Work Study
CCSJ hires enrolled graduate students annually in the summer for the following academic year starting in September to support specific programs and initiatives. There are total of five positions:
To apply for a graduate assistantship, please read the job description carefully, see the employment guidelines, and fill out an application.
All questions may be directed to the Assistant Director for Student Supervision, Andy Choi at firstname.lastname@example.org