Loyola University Maryland

Office of Marketing and Communications

MarComm Pound

Marcomm PoundThe office of marketing and communications seeks talented writers, photographers, videographers, graphic designers, and more to be a part of the Loyola MarComm Pound, our student marketing and communications team at Loyola. There is no better way to share, promote, and market the Loyola experience to prospective students, parents, donors, and faculty than with the individuals who best tell Loyola's story: our students!


Positions can be crafted to meet the schedules and needs of the students. We are currently hiring the following:


If you have a good eye for smartphone photography, know how to use a DLSR camera, or have access to a decent camera, this is a great opportunity to gain experience and create content for the University’s social media, email, and Web channels. Opportunities will range from event photography to portraits and students participating in service, on Messina outings, exploring Baltimore, life in residence halls, and more. 


Video Assistants

Interested in video production? We are looking for students to assist in larger-scale video projects while learning basic video skills. From interview setup to post-production, gain field experience and learn the ins and outs of production.


Marketing Assistants

This role will work on social media content planning, search engine optimization, website updates, production of marketing material, and other key projects for the office of marketing and communications as assigned. The ideal candidate will have experience editing websites and editing content in Adobe, planning social media communications, and familiarity with search engine optimization best practices. This role is ideal for any student looking to add field experience in marketing to a résumé or explore marketing or digital media as a potential major or career.



Are your talents in print or graphic design? Do you have your own GoPro and enjoy making videos about college life? Do you play an instrument, or are you a skilled Slackliner? Do you have an interesting story to share? Tell us what you can offer as a student content creator!