Internships

An internship is a great opportunity to get a taste of the real world and get some valuable on-the-job training. An internship can help you try on a career before jumping in head first. Your professors and the Career Services Office at Roanoke College can help place you in an internship.

Internship Benefits
  • Networking opportunities for future jobs
  • Enhance your resume
  • Test your compatibility with a specific field or company
  • Learn your strengths
  • Experience with general work functions and organizational culture
  • Learn more about your chosen field
  • Improve communication skills

Religion 416, 417 Internship
A supervised placement in a local church, clinical setting, or social service agency, in which the student would be required to make a practical application of theological and ethical insights. (1, 1) Lecture: 3 hrs/wk.

 
Dr. Ned Wisnefske dedicates new book to Roanoke College campus community

Dr. Ned Wisnefske dedicates new book to Roanoke College campus community

Dr. Ned Wisnefske, Schumann Professor of Lutheran Theology, recently released a new book. He dedicated God Hides: A Critique of Religion and a Primer for Faith "to all those at Roanoke College who have made it a good place to learn."

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