Commit to a Major
March 19, 7:00pm
Quinlan LSB 212
Communication Career and Internship Event
February 4th, 3-5:30pm
Regents and Beane Hall
Representatives will be able to showcase their organizations and meet extraordinary candidates from the School of Communication who are seeking field information and career/internship opportunities in Advertising, Editing/Writing, Film, Journalism, Marketing, Organizational Communication, Public Relations, Publishing, Radio, Sales, Television, etc. We are expecting current students and recent graduates to attend this exciting event.
Putting it Together: Leadership & Career
February 26, 7:00pm
Quinlan Life Sciences Center Room 312
This interactive workshop will give tools to connect cocurricular involvement to future
goals in a reflective and engaging way.
Mock Interview Day
Lake Shore Campus
A mock interview is one of the best ways to prepare for an actual employment interview. The mock interview is a safe way to learn what is expected in a real interview, and can help improve the way you present yourself. Students will provide constructive feedback on all aspects of the interview process.
University Career Fair
February 26th, 12-4:00pm
Lake Shore Campus
At this campus-wide fair, participants are students of all majors, undergraduate and graduate students, who are seeking full-time employment and fall internship opportunities. Employers will meet exceptional students from Loyola as well as students from neighboring Chicago universities.
March 18th, 11-2:00pm
Simpson LLC Multi-Purpose Room
This Fair brings together health care employers and prospective nursing employees. As a participant at the fair, employers will reach hundreds of students, including those graduating from Loyola’s Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, as well as other local universities and colleges.
School of Social Work Career Fair
March 26th, 3-6:00pm
Kasbeer Hall, 15th Floor
This event is for organizations seeking to employ students and alumni from the Social Work discipline. Representatives will be recruiting for full time, internship and volunteer opportunities. The fair is open to all SSW students, but those who finished in December 2012, who are graduating in May 2013 are especially encouraged to participate.
Government Career and Information Fair
Date TBD 1:00-4:00pm
Representatives from federal, state and local government offices will be recruiting for both full time jobs and internships. Because the job functions found within government offices vary so greatly, students from all educational backgrounds and experience levels will attend this fair.
First and Second Year Advising
FSYA hosts academic support workshops throughout each semester (e.g., finals preparation, time mangagement, etc.).
Sophomore Student Athlete Advantage
This service is available to sophomore athletes. In collaboration with First and Second Year Advising, this one-on-one program assists student athletes in connecting to a broad range of events and programs sponserd by the Career Center at the five undergraduate schools.
The Office of First and Second Year Advising is committed to helping you choose the right classes for your major and create a four year plan that will lay out the classes you will need to take to graduate with that major.
Themission of the Career Development Center is to counsel, educate, and empower the Loyola student and alumni community. They help to clarify the connection between self-identity and satisfying work by providing guidance, support, resources, and opportunites to help students and alumni implement their personal and professional goals.
Here you will find a helpful website that lists many different areas of interests and which college majors fall into which interest groups!
Click here to see a composite list of majors and minors in the College of Arts and Sciences!
This workbook, provided by the Office of First and Second Year Advising, provides undecided students with an avenue of exploration of majors and the journey to discovering their own.
Create a "My Majors" account (it's free and easy!) to take a short quiz to help narrow down that intimidating list of collge majors. Once you know what your interests are, you can start too determine what major is right for you, and learn about the types of jobs that major can help you acquire!