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Center for Experiential Learning


Off-campus employer information

A guide to recruiting Loyola University Chicago students

Companies and organizations are invited to recruit and hire Loyola University Chicago students for part-time, full-time and internship employment.  Loyola's over 10,000 students are learning the latest technologies, mastering social media and bring a fresh perspective to the work place!


For general information on HOW to recruit and hire a Loyola student go to


There are a few special initiatives at Loyola that may appeal to certain employers. Review the descriptions below and click on the links for more information.

  • Community-Based Federal Work-Study---Chicago-area Community-Based Organizations (with 501C3 status) may be eligible for partial or full wage reimbursement by hiring Loyola students. Click here for more information on that program.
  • Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) State Internship Grant---Illinois-based employers who employ a Loyola student in a paid internship may be eligible to receive a partial wage reimbursement up to a pre-determined amount (as long as funds are available). Click here to contact the person who manages that program.
  • Academic Internships---If you are seeking an intern and want or need that student to receive academic credit for the internship, click here for more information.
  • Law Clerk Recruiting---Law students have their own Career Center & Services, click here to go to that website.
  • On-Campus Recruiting for Business Students---Business students, both undergraduate and MBA, have their own career services and on-campus recruiting program. Click here to go to that website.

To talk to the Student Employment/Federal Work Study Coordinator, call 773.508.3553 or send an email to

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