Loyola University Chicago

Academic Internships

Center for Experiential Learning

Now What? Extend your Academic Experience

Present at the Undergraduate Research and Engagement Symposium

Each Spring, as part of the Weekend of Excellence Undergraduate Research & Engagement Symposium (URES), students who have been involved in a community engagement project during the academic year are invited to present their work. Any Loyola undergraduate involved in a community engagement project—whether through a service-learning course, an academic internship course, or a campus-community partnership—is welcome to present their work. LEARN MORE

 

Earn Your Engagement Key

The Loyola Experience Engagement Key focuses on your Engaged Learning experience. Engaged Learning supports the mission of Loyola University Chicago by embedding opportunities for you to explore the many different forms of experiential learning as part of your academic coursework! LEARN MORE

 

Apply for the Social Justice Internship Program

The Social Justice Internship Grant Program is a year-long, 250–275 hour internship experience. Students will have the opportunity to engage in significant work at one of two Chicago area non-profits: Catholic Charities and Misericordia. LEARN MORE

 

Check out Research Opportunities

Participation in research can take a variety of forms including volunteering to help a faculty member, working part-time on or off campus, participating in a LUROP fellowship, or undertaking a summer fellowship at another university or research institution. LEARN MORE