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Meet the Staff

Christine Headshot Christine Harriger

Christine Harriger has over 20 years of progressive experience in the field of career counseling and recruiting. She joins Randolph College from Western Carolina University. Christine served as the Associate Director in the Center for Career & Professional Development in charge of career integrated services.  Christine also worked as an Assistant Director at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Christine has worked as career liaison to a variety of departments at numerous institutions and is well versed in helping students explore majors, select career paths and secure employment.  She is qualified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) as well as the Strong Interest Inventory, among other assessments. In addition, she has worked at numerous universities to include:  George Mason University, the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University.  Christine has extensive knowledge about federal hiring and worked at the USDA and Fort Lee Army Career & Alumni Program (ACAP), where she received the Program Manager’s Award.  Christine earned a M.Ed. in Counselor Education from Virginia Commonwealth University and is recognized as a Master Career Counselor (M.C.C.) from the National Career Development Association (NCDA).  She maintains a private practice, Career View, where she helps individuals transition to new career opportunities.  Christine has served as the President of the Virginia Career Development Association (VCDA) as well as the Virginia Association of Colleges & Employers (VACE), where she has received numerous awards to include the VCDA Meritorious Service Award, Special Achievement Award and Leadership Award.

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Maegan Crews
Internship Coordinator

Maegan Crews joins the Career Development Center with 3 years experience in project management and constituent services with the US House of Representatives. She graduated from the College of William and Mary with a degree in government. Maegan has a strong conviction that internships and study abroad can make  profound differences in our students’ experiences at Randolph College.

Katherine Santos
Administrative Assistant

Katherine Santos is a Lynchburg native who recently received her degree in International Relations from Lynchburg College. She is the founder of the Lynchburg College Campus Food Pantry and is passionate about international travel and global affairs as well as diversity programming in higher education. Katherine believes it is possible for all students to find a job doing something they love.

  • Randolph Connect web site
    Membership has its privileges.
    Randolph students can tap into RandolphConnect, a vast online network of alumnae and alumni for career advice, job leads, and mentoring.
  • Internship Contract Deadlines

    Summer Internship — Due: May 1st (appeal period until July 31)

    Fall Internship — Due: Aug 15 (appeal period until end of first week of classes)

    Winter Internship — Due: Dec 1st (no appeal period)

    Spring Internship — Due: Dec 1st (appeal period until end of first week of classes)

    Contracts submitted during appeal period must be accompanied by an Appeal Form regardless of reason or circumstances. After that date, Internships may not earn credit.

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