Loyola University Chicago

Career Services

Career and Identity

Career Services is committed to serving a diverse network of students and alumni. We recognize many barriers exist and are committed to helping students embrace their identities (including their multiple, intersecting identities) as they navigate the lifelong process of career exploration and development.

Resources for specific populations and affinity groups are outlined below but represent just a sample of what is available online. Be sure to also explore our other career resource tools such as our job guides, videos, career exploration tools, and salary research tools.

Allies are encouraged to educate themselves on the identity-related career barriers that currently exist and actively engage throughout their careers to dismantle these barriers and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the world of work.

Want to speak with someone about these tools and/or your individual needs and goals? Schedule an appointment through Handshake or come to a drop-in appointment.

We welcome your feedback and suggested additions to this page through this anonymous form.

Affinity Group Career Resources

Know Your Rights – Discrimination, Harassment, and Other Legal Topics

Advocacy & Leadership

Self-care

Salary Negotiation

Finding & Identifying Employers Committed to Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

 

 

External Resources

Internal Resources

  • LUC's Delta Phi Lambda - Asian interest sorority, promoting multiculturalism with an emphasis on Asian awareness, community service, leadership development
  • LUC's Lambda Phi Epsilon - Asian-American interest international fraternity

External Resources

Internal Resources

  • LUC's Black Cultural Center - Supporting academic excellence, professional development, social engagement, and community to uplift, encourage, and be a safe-haven for students of color, specifically targeting Black-identified students

External Resources

Internal Resources

  • LUC's Rainbow Connection - Campus organization that providing a safe place for LGBTQIA students, faculty, and staff
  • LUC's PRISM - Student organization that advocates for the social/political presence of Queer and/or Trans People of Color on campus

Internal Resources

  • LUC's Alpha Psi Lambda - Coed Latino Fraternity with strong focus on promoting diversity, unity, and academic achievement

Job Boards

Other Resources

Internal Resources

Job Boards and Organizations

Guides and Information

 

Internal Resources