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Alumnae Sponsored Internships


Randolph College proudly offers three diverse, competitive, and prestigious internships sponsored by alumnae donors. These internships are open only to Randolph College students in the summer following their sophomore or junior year. To find out more about each of these experiences, contact the Experiential Learning Center at x8116, or attend a "Sponsored Internships" information session.


Donald P. Baiocchi-Lyric Opera Internship


The Donald P. Baiocchi - Lyric Opera Internship is made available by the generosity of Amanda Fox '67 and Matthew Fox. This 10-week internship enables Randolph College students with a major or interest in business or arts administration to gain hands-on experience in development and arts management at the world-class institution in the heart of Chicago. From learning how to launch and maintain a major annual campaign, to discovering the intricacies of working with volunteer boards and activities, the intern will flourish under the mentorship of a dedicated Development professional.

The intern is awarded a $5,500 stipend to participate in an internship at the Lyric Opera of Chicago. The stipend is provided to cover pre-arranged housing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, travel, expenses, and incidentals. Academic credit can also be awarded for this internship.


Preservation Institute: Nantucket Summer Program

Through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Land (Lynne Land '60) a full scholarship has been made available for a Randolph College student to study historic preservation for 8 weeks on Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, each summer. This opportunity is open to all majors and will excite those with an interest in American studies, architecture, building construction, engineering, fine arts, history, historic preservation, interior design, landscape architecture, law, or planning.


The Preservation Institute: Nantucket was founded in 1972 as a cooperative endeavor between the University of Florida School of Architecture and the Nantucket community to provide students a unique educational experience in a broad spectrum of preservation issues while helping to research and document the historic environment of the island.

Telluride Historical Museum

This 8-week internship opportunity has been made possible by alumna Cameo Hoyle '10, who serves as the director of programs and interpretation at the Telluride Historical Museum in Telluride, Colorado. Students interested in history, museum studies, collections, curation, educational programming, and sociology will be interested in exploring this opportunity. 

The internship is paid and housing assistance is provided.