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.

 
Roanoke professor co-leads seminar at Princeton for second time

Roanoke professor co-leads seminar at Princeton for second time

Dr. Gerald McDermott co-led a seminar that examined the relationship between religion and politics in the period of the American Revolution, founding and early republic.

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