Students can choose from three types of internship opportunities. Since the inception of the program in 1982 the program has placed over 2800 interns in more than 1100 locations in more than 25 states, Washington, DC, and 18 foreign countries. The Bassett Internship Program teams with Career Services to find just the right experience for them and to match your needs with their interests and skills.
Academic Internships: Students earn academic credit (3 hours) and a grade by conducting a non-paid internship through a Randolph-Macon course that takes them into the workplace. The program is open to juniors and seniors from all academic departments who hold an overall GPA of 2.25 or higher. These placements are coordinated through academic departments.
Paid Internships: Are open to the general student population and will aid with obtaining entry-level employment opportunities. These are coordinated through the Career Services office.
For more information contact the Director, Dr. George Spagna, (804)752-7344.
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