Loyola University Chicago

Career Development Center

Student Academic Services

Employer FAQ's


RamblerLink is a searchable online database that employers can use to post full-time, part-time jobs and internship opportunities. RamblerLink connects employers with thousands of Loyola University Chicago students and alumni who have active RamblerLink accounts.

RamblerLink enables you to post positions online. Students and alumni can view and apply for job and internship positions. RamblerLink also allows you to participate in the on-campus recruiting program. By registering for RamblerLink, you will receive email announcements and instructions to register for our annual career fairs sponsored by the Career Development Center.

To access RamblerLink, please click “Login to RamblerLink” under the Employer column. If you are a first-time user, please click on “Register as an Employer.” Complete the required fields including creating a username and password. You will use your username and password to access your account in the future.

Log into your RamblerLink account, click “Jobs” then click “Add New.” Be specific with filling in the fields. The more information provided, the better the response from students and alumni will be.

In the job posting, under application instructions, please indicate the how to apply. Students can apply directly through RamblerLink if so desired.

After an employer has posted a job, they may also request access to Resume Books. Access is granted on a case by case basis. Resume Books may be available to direct employers. They are not available to third party recruiters.

Please do not set up a duplicate account. Just call our front desk at 773.508.7716 to obtain your information.

If you wish to post childcare/domestic care positions, we will also be happy to post them for you. Please email them to careercenter@luc.edu.

The Career Development Center sponsors the Fall Job, Internship & Service Fair, Spring University Career Fair and a number of curriculum specific fairs including Science, Communication, Education, Nursing and Social Work.

Participating in career fairs provides a unique opportunity to meet directly and talk with a diverse group of prospective candidates, collect resumes, and more importantly, create personal connections that do not exist when only reviewing a resume.

Career fairs are held in the fall and spring each year. To find out more about these events, please visit the Events dropdown. For more information, please contact Danielle Burgess, Senikor Marketing & Event Coordinator, at dburgess2@luc.edu or call 312.915-6555.

Employers can reserve an information table/session during the weekdays on both the Lake Shore and Water Tower campus. Space is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please visit our Employer Services page for reservation details.

Information Tables are typically located in high student traffic areas. Setting up a table allows employers to meet with a diverse group of students in an informal setting.

Student organizations are an excellent way to make a connection with Loyola students for recruiting purposes. Many employers find connecting with student organizations on campus to be an easy and effective way to increase brand-recognition and to identify potential candidates.

Check out
the many diverse student organizations at Loyola. If you have an interest in a particular organization, you can contact them directly, or let us know and we can assist you in making the connection.

Setting up an interview schedule through RamblerLink maximizes the number of qualified students and alumni that can apply. Only students who match the criteria you select will have access to your position and can apply. On-Campus Recruiting if offered in early September and continues through mid-November. Recruiting in the spring begins in late January and continues through mid-April.

To reserve a date, log into RamblerLink, click “On-Campus Recruiting”, and then click “Request a Schedule.” You must request a schedule for each job and/or internship posting.

Once the schedule is confirmed, students can apply via RamblerLink. A list of all employers who recruit on campus is accessible when students log into their RamblerLink account.

RamblerLink will notify you by email one week prior to the interview date to make your selections online. Please designate an alternate recruiter to make decisions if you are not available.

Log into “RamblerLink”

Click “Schedules,” then select the relevant schedule

Make decisions on all applicants. Once accepted, students will be notified by an email to sign up for a slot.

Log into RamblerLink and click “On-Campus Recruiting” and then “Schedules.” Click on the relevant schedule and review the list.

If an employer is looking to post a position that offers academic credit, the Center for Experiential Learning is involved and offers information, resources and support for the development of academic internship opportunities. For frequently asked academic internship questions, click here

Career Fairs

On-Campus Recruiting

Academic Internships