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Career immersion trip takes students to governor's office, Capital One, and Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond

Students and Capital One staff pose with signs that read, "Go WildCats!"

Students and Capital One staff pose with signs that read, “Go WildCats!”

While most of the College community was relaxing during fall break, one group of Randolph students was busy making career moves.

On Monday, October 21,  the Randolph Career Development Center took a group of students to Richmond, Virginia, where they received a tour of Governor Ralph Northam’s office from Emma Williams Jenson ’16, a special assistant in the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth. They also met staff and toured the grounds at Capital One and listened to a panel discussion with employees at the Community Foundation for a greater Richmond.

Learn more about Randolph’s Career Development Center, career immersion trips like these, and other resources available to students at


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