The Center for Community, Service, and Justice (CCSJ) and York Road Initiative (YRI) offers opportunities for Loyola undergraduate and graduate students to be part of the team in working to connect Loyola's campus to our local Baltimore community.
Undergraduate Student Interns
Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are encouraged to apply for an intern position with CCSJ to develop personal and professional skills while learning to connect Loyola with the York Road and greater Baltimore communities. Student interns provide support to Loyola's community partners as well as programmatic needs of CCSJ/YRI and receive professional development as part of the intern program. For more details about the intern program for the 2022-2023 academic year, review the application process and requirements.
Apply to be a Student Intern
Undergraduate Work-Study Students
CCSJ offers undergraduate students who are eligible for Federal Work-Study opportunities to support the logistical and programmatic needs of CCSJ community engagement activities. Work-Study students can work from a minimum of 3 hours/week up to a maximum of 15 hours/week depending on the placement assignment.
Apply for a Work-Study Position
CCSJ hires enrolled graduate students annually in the summer for the following academic year starting in September to support specific programs and initiatives. To apply to be a Graduate Assistant, please review the job descriptions, employment guidelines, and fill out an application.
Apply to be a Graduate Assistant
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