internships

Jolley Mini-Grants to provide new opportunities for Randolph interns

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Thanks to a new grant program through the Jolley Foundation, Randolph College students will have more resources to fund internships outside of the Lynchburg area. Available for summer internships starting this year, Jolley Mini-Grants will be offered to help offset the cost of student internships in amounts ranging from $500 to $4,000. Grant funds may... READ MORE >>

Randolph College announces first recipients of National Gallery, London internships

National Gallery, London

The first two students selected to receive prestigious internships with the National Gallery, London were announced by Randolph College this week. Elisabeth Price ’16 and Seisha Scott ’16 became the first participants in the new internship program, which was established as part of Randolph’s unique academic partnership with the National Gallery, London. The competitive internship... READ MORE >>

Randolph students to intern at National Gallery, London

National Gallery, London

Two eight-week summer internships will allow students to work and learn in one of the world’s great museums. Applications are due Feb. 16.... READ MORE >>

Diamond in the Rough

Shuang Li works at Bowen Jewelers in Lynchburg

Randolph’s growing internship program helps students develop new passions and talents.... READ MORE >>

Internship Match-Up will connect students with career opportunities

A Randolph student talks to a nonprofit representative about internship opportunities during the 2013 Internship Match-Up.

“The support of our students by local employers is really evident in the Internship Match-up,” said Maryam Brown ’02, Randolph’s internship coordinator who is organizing the Match-up. “These are all Lynchburg-based employers who have immediate openings for our students.”... READ MORE >>

Biology student tries out his wings with bird identification projects

Photo of Tristan Luxner looking for birds

A Lynchburg park will soon have documentation of the birds that call it home—thanks to a Randolph College student. Tristan Luxner ’15 spent part of his summer trekking through Ivy Creek Park with a camera and listening for bird calls. “I can isolate a lot of bird noises, and I can pick out ones that... READ MORE >>

Thinking Global: Katie Snyder ’15 helps with antique globe archiving and research

Photo of Katie Snyder with globes

Katie Snyder ’15 immersed herself in the world of antique globes this summer. Snyder was seeking an internship at a museum, but she received an offer from Omniterrum, a company that sells globes in a store in Lynchburg. The story also helps museums acquire antique globes with historical significance. Once she walked in, Snyder knew... READ MORE >>

Crime lab internship gives student her own CSI experience

Lexi Harrington

Due to her lab experience at Randolph, Lexi Harrington ’15 grasped most of the techniques for the tests early on. She did learn a lot of new information, though, especially about the legal requirements for conducting crime lab work.... READ MORE >>

Internship helps physics student get started in 3D imaging business

Students working on 3D printing

Mark Patterson’s internship with a 3D imaging company has helped him discover his hopeful career. “I get to do anything with 3D scanning and 3D modeling,” he said. “It’s an ever changing world.”... READ MORE >>

Psychology student learns about mental health careers in summer internship

Photo of Emily Richards

This summer, Emily Richards ’15 helped operate a summer camp organized by Horizon Behavioral Health.... READ MORE >>