Loyola University Maryland

Center for Community Service and Justice

Get Involved at CCSJ

Application Process and Requirements

Application Available: Monday, November 7, 2018

Information Sessions: (If you can’t attend, email gtford@loyola.edu for more information)

  • Dec. 5 from 6-7pm in CCSJ Common Space (HU142)
  • Jan. 23 from 6-7pm in CCSJ Common Space
  • Feb. 12 from 6-7pm in CCSJ Common Space
  • Mar. 1 from 6-7pm in CCSJ Common Space

Application & Two Recommendations Due: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 

Interview: Tentatively on either one of these dates - Mar. 13; Mar. 14; March 15; March 18; March 19; Mar.20

Decision Letters Available:  April 3, 2019

Contracts Due: April 10, 2019

Application Process & Requirements :

  1. Review position qualifications, expectations and responsibilitiesIf you are a new applicant, we highly recommend you to attend an info session
  2. Complete the online application.

Note to new applicants:

  • You must have two professional references. At least one reference should be completed by a member of the Loyola community (faculty, administrator, staff, etc). If you select a student as a reference, that student should be able to speak to your ability to perform the responsibilities in the position descriptions. CCSJ professional staff is not allowed to serve as reference to prevent bias in the selection process.
  • Applications and recommendation forms must be received by the due date listed above to be considered. We recommend notifying your references in advance before sending this online form link: recommendation form

3. Complete the interview process within the dates listed above. You will receive an email to sign up for a required interview with two CCSJ professional staff members and a current student intern.

New applicant, you can prepare for your interview by thinking about the following topics:

  • How you would define service and social justice, why you are interested in it and what issues in particular attract your attention?
  • What service experiences have touched you—particularly the experiences you've had as a Loyola student—and what lessons have you learned through those experiences?
  • What have you learned from you relationship with someone who are different from you in term of  race, gender, socio-economic class, sexual-orientation, religion, etc?
  • How would you describe the role of reflections in the context of community service?  

Returning applicant, you can prepare for your interview by thinking about the following topics:

  • What have you learned about yourself through your work in CCSJ?
  • How do you now understand service and justice?
  • What skills and areas do you hope to work on in the future if you were an intern?
  • How will you mentor and set the tone for CCSJ interns in the future?