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Finding student interns has never been easier!

The region is home to many prominent universities and community colleges, which enroll thousands of students each year who are talented, eager, and willing to serve our community through internships and other service-learning projects.

You can also connect to students by posting your internship positions in the ConnectVA Job Finder.

Schools & Departments

The Edge Career Center

Area of Interest:

Academic, paid and unpaid internships, as well as part-time and full-time positions can be posted on our job/internship database, The Edge Career Connector.


Please contact Cathy Rollman, Director of Professional Development at crollman@rmc.edu for additional information.
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