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. Our students are encouraged to view requirements and the process for applying an internship for college credit through the Advising Center.

Be sure to take advantage of various professional development opportunities such as COBE Experience Fair, Career/Internship fairs, Firm Night, resume critiques, mock interviews, etc. Be sure to stop by the advising office for additional information.

Current Job and Internship Opportunities:

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

Contact Teresa Dickens, the COBE's Career Advisor, in Kyle Hall 253 or via email at tdickens2@radford.edu  

Found an internship? What's next?

1. Print the Internship Agreement Form [PDF]

2. Get permission from the departments internship representative:   

    (Click the name to find representatives contact information)

    Accounting: Dr. Lynn Saubert 

    Finance: Dr. Dan Davidson

    Economics: Dr. Tom Duncan or Dr. Dan Farhat 

    Management: Dr. Dale Henderson 

    Marketing: Dr. James Lollar

3. Turn the completed and signed form in to Melanie Butler, in the COBE Advising Center.