Finding a Service Site
Resources for Securing a GREAT Community-based Volunteer Position
Are you registered for a class that requires you to complete 20+ hours of DIRECT service in the community? Feeling intimidated by the challenge of searching for that really great community-based opportunity? No worries: the CEL offers LOTS of resources to help you in your search!
TAKE ACTION! is a categorical listing of community-based organizations where Loyola students have volunteered in the past several years. Organization names link to the organization's description in RamblerLink to give students access to more specific information.
RamblerLink is a searchable recruitment system maintained by the CEL and Loyola's Career Centers, in cooperation with organizations all over Chicago. Organizations can post volunteer positions, internships, and full-time jobs on RamblerLink as a way of recruiting Loyola students.
The CEL posts hot new opportunities, including volunteer opportunities, on its HOTLIST Tumblr page. Tumblr posts also feed to the CEL's Facebook and Twitter pages, so follow us for the latest info about getting engaged in your community!
The CEL's peer mentor team also offers walk-in hours every weekday from 1-4 PM in Sullivan 295. Our student staff will work with you to find the placement that's best for you.
Need MORE help (or more specialized assistance)? You can also make an appointment with CEL's Service-Learning Program Manager by calling the front desk of the Career Development Center at 773.508.7716. Be sure to specify whether you want a phone meeting or face-to-face meeting when you call.