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The pressure to go above and beyond may have actually killed one Bank of America Merrill Lynch intern this summer. How does the constant stress in business internships impact Richmond students?
Outgoing RSGA president, Evan Harris, is working on an on campus pilot program that will place students with alumni mentors in their intended career fields.
University of Richmond students have found job and internship opportunities in the expanding, internationally recognized Virginia wine industry.
Richmond Advancement Office plans $150 million for the Richmond Promise towards scholarships, fellowships, and a new center for Admissions and Career Services.
With internship season in high gear, Alumni and Career Services provide options only available to Richmond students and a place to start the search.
While an internship opening may sound appealing, it may not be the right fit for some students if the cost of living is too high.
The Collegian looks at what some students did during this past summer.
We will burn out if we don’t keep reminding ourselves that there are worse forms of failure — like forgetting about everything outside of these constant obligations, for instance.
Looking back on my four years at Richmond I have many memories of the good, bad and difficult choices I have made that have shaped and shifted me into the person that I am today.
The job market is off to a positive start for the class of 2011, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers’ job outlook.