Loyola University Chicago

Academic Internships

Center for Experiential Learning

Recruiting Interns

Employers who are looking to recruit Loyola students for internships are supported by the Career Development Center and the Quinlan School of Business Career Center.

Internship Programs under the Fair Labor Act - Department of Labor 

This Internship Fair Labor Standards Act - Dept of Labor Fact Sheet, published by the U.S. Department of Labor, defines employment under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and outlines what conditions must be met for an intern to qualify as unpaid. The fact sheet further discusses factors that need to be considered by "for-profit" internship programs. 

Handshake - New Career Management System connects students to Employers. 

Handshake is more than a job posting site – it’s Loyola's new interactive career management tool that connects students and alumni to employers. Students can schedule career/pre-health advising & Quinlan School of Business coaching appointments, apply for on-campus interviews,  find student employment/federal-work study jobs and internship postings, volunteer, register for career fairs and events, and more. Employers can expect a streamlined path to Loyola talent by creating a free Handshake account today.

Career Development Center: The Career Development Center supports students from all majors except business in their search for internships and full-time employment. Learn more.

Quinlan School of Business Career Center: The Quinlan School of Business supports all business students including Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing, Operations Management, and Sport Management in their search for internships, academic internships, and full-time employment. Learn more.