Loyola University Chicago

Career Development Center

Division of Student Academic Services

On-Campus Marketing

In today's highly competitive job marketplace, employers seeking to hire the best and brightest talent should establish a strong and consistent presence on Loyola's campuses. At the CDC, we're here to help make that process as easy and convenient as possible. There are many avenues to connect with Loyola talent, build your organization's brand and promote your job and internships on-campus. Strategies to consider for maximizing your campus involvement include:

  • Posting job openings, internships and volunteer opportunities, free of charge on our web-based RamblerLink system
  • Participating in career fairs is a great way to connect to Loyola's talented undergraduate and graduate students and helps you:
    • Enhance your campus presence
    • Highlight your organization, distribute literature and collect resumes
    • Meet face-to-face with seniors, graduate students and alumni looking for full-time positions
    • Connect with underclassmen exploring career options and looking for internships
  • Building a solid internship program. These are among the best recruitment tools available. Give students great work experiences and they become your ambassadors on campus
  • Taking part in our annual Job Shadow Program which past participating employers have lauded as a great means to identify future internship and entry-level talent
  • Conducting on-campus interviews for full-time and part-time jobs, internship and volunteer opportunities
  • Helping students develop their job search skills by presenting on a career development topic or facilitating simulated interviews
  • Connecting with Loyola talent by reserving information table space in our student center via the CDC. It's a great way to distribute information on your company or organization and speak with our students in a casual and informal environment
  • Targeting exposure for your organization through presentations to relevant student organization or clubs