summer internships

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 >>

Internship reconnects Randolph student with her hometown

Kayla Morris '22 spent two months this summer interning with the city of Clinton, North Carolina, her hometown.

As an intern with the city of Clinton’s Planning and Development Department, she’s worked to promote the city’s downtown through the Clinton Main Street Program.... READ MORE >>

Randolph student’s passion for nonprofit work continues with internship

Avery Payne '21 volunteers at the Randolph Food Pantry in 2019.

This summer, Avery Payne is working as an education access and equity intern with the new nonprofit Greater Charlotte Area Mutual Aid. The organization was created with the goal of connecting members of the Charlotte community with the resources they need during the pandemic.... READ MORE >>

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 >>

Life Changing Opportunity: Randolph students intern at the National Gallery, London

Seisha Scott ’16 and Elisabeth Price ’16

Seisha Scott ’16 and Elisabeth Price ’16 spent 8 weeks in London as part of Randolph College’s unique partnership with the National Gallery.... 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 >>