internships

Code Ninjas: Internship allows two Randolph students to share passion for coding with young children

Terrell Rorie ’22 and Jaylan Thompson ’22 interned for Code Ninjas, a program where kids learn to code while building their own video games, this summer. As they gain new skills in coding, math, logic, and problem-solving, these students progress from a white to a black belt.... READ MORE >>

Randolph graduate gains valuable experience at wildlife refuge

The Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in the Ozarks of Arkansas rescues lions, tigers, bears, and other wild animals by shutting down illegal animal rings and providing homes and care to the animals they save.... READ MORE >>

Aisha Downs ’23 studying silversmithing through Colonial Williamsburg internship

Downs, a museum and heritage studies major, is interning with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s Historic Trades Department, which pays homage to craftsmen.... READ MORE >>

‘A unique privilege’: Randolph student explores College’s psychology collection

Haley Mundy’ 22 has been immersed in the Randolph College Psychology Collection this summer as part of an experiential internship, under the supervision of retired psychology professor Rick Barnes.... READ MORE >>

Internship with children’s museum prepares Randolph student for the future

Hayley Eubank ’22 is working as a museum education intern at Amazement Square. ... READ MORE >>

A virtual experience: Randolph alumnae and alumni offer students internships during pandemic

Megan Westerman '23

This fall, a group of alumnae, alumni, and even parents who responded to a request by Randolph’s Career Development Center (CDC) for opportunities to connect students whose internships had been canceled with new ones... READ MORE >>

Randolph student pursues passion for sustainability at Lynchburg Grows

As a general farm intern this spring, Brooklyn Ford ’22 is involved in all aspects of the nonprofit urban farm’s daily operations, from planting to harvesting to composting. ... READ MORE >>

Latesha Thornhill ’21 telling the stories of veterans through VA internship

Thornhill is working as a digital media engagement intern for the Department of Veteran Affairs, researching and fact checking the VA’s external communications, including its Veterans of the Day blog posts.... READ MORE >>

Department of Energy Internship brings Randolph senior one step closer to career goals

Jared Ruddock spent his summer interning with the Department of Energy.

Ruddock worked closely with the Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship Program, which provides educational opportunities for students to gain real-world, hands-on research experience with the Office of Fossil Energy.... READ MORE >>

Randolph student completes physical therapy internship

For Alex Dye ’21, the summer was full of exercise routines and therapeutic treatments—and a chance to get a firsthand look at how to evaluate and treat physical therapy patients.... READ MORE >>