Check out the latest On-Campus, Scholarship, Job, and Internship Opportunities!
Upward Bound 6-week Summer Job with the University of Hawaii - Maui
Working for Upward Bound, you will perform various activities including academic instruction in college prep core classes, nutritional science instruction, field trips, workshops and much more. As a program assistant, instructor, coordinator, or counselor, you will have an opportunity to provide leadership, instruction, and guidance to our students.
The Upward Bound programs are federally funded through the U.S. Department of Education serving low-income, first generation high school youth. The goal of Upward Bound is simple: prepare our students for entry into and completion of postsecondary degree programs.
For more information and to apply, see Upward Bound Summer Job Application
Diversity Scholarship - Law School
Deadline - June 1, 2013
Each year, Adler, Pollock, & Sheehan awards a scholarship of $10,000 to a minority student entering his or her first year of law school. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage and assist a needy minority student, who has demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to the community, to attend law school and successfully enter the practice of law. Through the AP&S Scholarship and other endeavors, AP&S is making a concerted effort to diversify and enrich the firm and the profession.
For more information and to apply see Diversity Scholarship Info and Application
Loyola University Chicago Continuing Students Scholarship
Deadline - July 1, 2013
Based on this application, the Office of Student Financial Assistance will award scholarships from the University’s
endowment to continuing Loyola University Chicago students for the 2013-2014 school year. Most scholarships
require students to meet specific criteria such as: academic major, hometown, year in school, high school attended, etc.
Although some of the questions on the application are optional, the information requested will assist the Scholarship
Committee in matching students and scholarships. Our goal is to provide funding to those students who have proven
academic success and demonstrated financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA). Scholarships can range from $1000 - $5000 and will be restricted to full time undergraduate students.
For more information and to apply, see Continuing Students Scholarship 2013-2014
Minority Teachers of Illinois Scholarship Program
If you plan to become a preschool, elementary or secondary school teacher and are of African American/Black, Hispanic American, Asian American or Native American origin, you may qualify for up to $5,000 per year as part of the Minority Teachers of Illinois (MTI) Scholarship Program.
For more information and to apply, click here.
Loyola Vietnam Center Scholarship
Loyola’s Office for International Programs is excited to offer $5,000 travel stipends to eligible students who plan to study abroad at the Vietnam Center.
For more information, click here Vietnam Scholarship Flyer
Jobs, Internships, and Training Programs
Start the Fire Retreat Student Leader Position
Deadline - April 19, 2013
Off-Campus Student Life (OCSL) will host a Start the Fire Retreat for incoming commuter students August 2013. During the retreat, held the week before classes begin, a group of 20 Loyola students will engage in teambuilding activities, acquire tips about college life from you, upperclass student leaders, take time for personal reflection and create a network of new friends. The group will be led by OCSL professional staff and four student leaders. Leaders will be provided meals and housing during the retreat. Leaders will be compensated $150.
For more information and to apply, see Start the Fire Leader Application
Deadline - Spring 2013
The Chicago Academy of Music is looking students that has an interest/passion for Fundraising, Social Entrepreneurship, Arts/Entertainment, Social Media, Chicago Nightlife, Education, Marketing/Sales or Communication.
If interested, please send a cover letter, experience/resume and a one page, single spaced writing sample in the subject of your choice. Please send all materials to Brennan@CamCreative.org
For more information and to apply, click here
Asian Human Services (AHS) Youth Program Volunteer Opportunity
Asian Human Services (AHS) Youth Program, located at 4820 N. Broadway on the third floor, is a job readiness/academic achievement program for low income youth in Chicago. If you are interested in becoming a part of the program, please contact the our office at 5533 N Broadway or 773-784-5277, or Saira Jhandier and Diana Ali, AHS Youth Case Managers at 773-293-8123 and 773-293-8121 respectively.
Telecounselor Position - Undergraduate Admissions, Loyola University Chicago
The Undergraduate Admission Office is hiring students to work ON CAMPUS in the Telecounseling Call
Center, located on the first floor of the Sullivan Center. We are looking for outgoing and responsible
students who love Loyola and are eager to share their Loyola experience with prospective students.
For more information on the position, see the Telecounselor Job Description.
To apply for the position, see the Telecounselor Job App.
2013-14 IIT Boeing Scholars Academy Program Instructor
This position is especially well-suited for an advanced undergraduate student or graduate student in a STEM-related field (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) with interest in urban education issues and working with high school students. Compensation for this position is a $3400-$4400 summer stipend (depending on background/experience, for approximately 290 total hours of work), plus lunch on program days.
Applicants should submit the required resume, 1-page cover letter, and unofficial transcript through RamblerLink. If invited to interview, applicants will be asked to teach a 5-minute lesson on any STEM-related topic as part of that interview.
Contact Marya Spont, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.567.5193, with any questions.
For more information and to apply visit RamblerLink.
Summer 2013 Marketing Intern for Bruce Lawrence Promotions Inc.
Bruce Lawrence Promotions is seeking a competent intern to learning about the integrated marketing concepts throughout all our branding techniques as well as for our client base. The intern will utilizie various graphic skills to produce and send e-blasts to a select niche market in order to enable mass communication media information- following up via phone, as well as emails.
For more information and to apply, contact Bruce Siegel at email@example.com.
Resident Advisors/Tutors in the Ohio State ATI Upward Bound Summer Program
The primary objective of the residential positions is to ensure the well-being of the students in their charge, especially in regard to safety, morale, discipline, interpersonal relationships within the group, and application to studies. To be most successful, resident advisor/tutors must be selflessly dedicated to working with the young people in their charge and have extraordinary patience and stamina.
For more information and to apply, click here Ohio State Summer Position Application
Graduate and Professional School
Achieving Success in the Application Process (ASAP) Prelaw Seminars
Saturday, July 20, 2013 - Sunday, July 21, 2013
The ASAP program curriculum will focus on aspects of the law school application process that are commonly overlooked or undervalued by students when applying to law school. ASAP is open to college juniors and seniors, as well as post-graduates. This seminar prepares talented, motivated, yet under-represented students to successfully gain admission to and succeed in law school.
To apply, click here.
University of Akron-Ohio Law School Tuition Freeze
The University of Akron is freezing law school tuition for the Fall 2013 entering class until they graduate, and offering out-of-state students the in-state tuition rate (reducing the out-of-state surcharge to $50 per fall and spring semester), creating a value proposition that is unique in Ohio. The UA School of Law is the highest-ranked law school in Ohio by The National Jurist, in its 2012 rankings of Best Value Law Schools. The rankings, for the first time, included comprehensive employment data. Best Value Law Schools were selected because their graduates have “the best chance of passing the bar and getting a legal job, without taking on a ton of debt” (The National Jurist, September, 2012).
For more information and to apply click here.
Loyola University Chicago Undergraduate Research Symposium
A key event during the university-wide Weekend of Excellence: Celebrating Transformative Education, this year's symposium will combine the Undergraduate Research Symposium and the Community Engagement Forum, allowing students to showcase their research or engagement projects. This newly expanded event offers an ideal venue to explore how undergraduates experience learning at Loyola. Come support your fellow Loyola students!
For more information, click here.
To see the program for the event, see Undergraduate Research Symposium 2013
Environmentally Sustainable Business Practices Seminar
Monday, April 22, 1-2pm
Friday, April 26, 1-2pm
This spring the Institute of Environmental Sustainability and Quinlan School of Business are presenting a series of four seminars on Environmentally Sustainable Business Practices. Join us to learn about successful collaborations between environmental sustainability and business management, and bring your questions!
For more information, click here
2013 Graduates Career Boot Camp
Sign up today! Only 30 seats available!
This free event is designed for Loyola students who are graduating in 2013—and who need help with their job search. Boot Camp will feature workshops on resume writing, interviewing, job search, networking, mock interviews with employers and more. A continental breakfast and lunch will be served.
Contact Martin Gahbauer for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a Deep Breath: Weekly Mindfulness Meditation
Mondays in the IC from 4:30-5:30P.M.
Learn how to meditate and incorporate it into your daily life! Sessions are ongoing, newcomers are always welcome. See why this group has been running since 2002! Contact Dianna Stencel, L.C.S.W. at (773) 508-2544 for more information or join us any Monday in the Klarchek Information Commons, Room 317.