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Located in a thriving capital city and less than two hours south of Washington, D.C., the University of Richmond is well situated for students interested in securing engaging internship opportunities. Jewish studies minors can volunteer or intern with the Virginia Holocaust Museum and at any one of seven synagogues in the Richmond area (three Orthodox, two Conservative, two Reform). In Washington, D.C., political action committees like the Joint Action Committee for Political Affairs and the National PAC advocate at the national level for Jewish issues and the State of Israel. Students interested in pursuing opportunities like these should visit the Career Services early in their academic careers to identify possible internships.

Career Services

Advising Suite
Tyler Haynes Commons, Suite 306 (third floor)
(804) 289-8547

Career Gallery & Employer Suite
Queally Center, Suite 201
(804) 662-3032

Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.