Job and Internship Opportunities

An internship is a learning and working experience that is structured with learning objectives in a profit or not-for-profit work setting for a specified period of time. Internships can carry academic credit if pre-approved and can be paid or unpaid. When you leave Radford University, your marketability will be enhanced with an internship. 

Be sure to take advantage of various professional development opportunities such as Davis College Experience Fair, Career/Internship fairs, Firm Night, resumé critiques, mock interviews, etc. 

Current Job and Internship Opportunities:

The Center for Career and Talent Development is dedicated to helping students find internships and jobs within their field.

Talk with faculty in your major. They often know about potential internship and job opportunities.

Found an internship and want to receive academic credit? What's next?

1. You must have a minimum overall GPA of 2.50 and be junior/senior standing in order to receive credit for an internship.

2. Print the Internship Agreement Form [PDF]

3. Get permission from the department internship representative:   

    (Click the name to find representatives contact information)

    Accounting: Dr. Mike Chatham

    Finance: Dr. Abhay Kaushik

    Economics: Dr. Tom Duncan

    Management: Dr. Dale Henderson

    Marketing: Dr. Andrea Stanaland

4. Turn in the completed and signed form to the Chair of the Department for which you are seeking internship credit.