The Edge Career Center guides students through career exploration, career and internship search, and professional development to help apply their education with purpose, awareness and confidence. Our approach is a big part of why 91Ƶ has been ranked in the top 20 for “Best Career Services” by Princeton Review for four years running!

  • 91Ƶ: Thomas Branch Building; 114 College Avenue
  • Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Email: theedge@rmc.edu

Personalized Roadmap

See how the Edge’s process for building a personalized path for your success fits right alongside your academic journey – together, making your future ready for career or graduate studies!

A 91Ƶ employee guides a student working on a laptop during a resume writing workshop in the Edge Career Center

Boot Camp

Our signature event for sophomores kickstarts your future job search, offering practical experiences like an etiquette dinner, resume workshop, and mock interviews.

A group of 91Ƶ students listen and take notes during the Edge Boot Camp


Connect to opportunities to try-on your future career and gain real-world experience and connections. For academic credit or for paid/unpaid experience.

A 91Ƶ student poses outside the Ashland Theater where they interned

The Edge Career Connector

The Edge Career Connector (ECC) is a virtual hub where students can:

  • Search for jobs and internships
  • Learn about and register for upcoming Edge programs and events
  • Schedule appointments with Edge team members
  • Build a resume using built-in templates
  • Upload a resume for review by an Edge team member

Focus 2 Career

Career Self-Assessment and Exploration Tool
Students’ assessment results are matched to career options and majors/programs at Randolph-Macon.

OtHER Key resources

Resume Development

A resume is a formal document that highlights an individual’s professional and academic qualifications, and is commonly used when applying to colleges, jobs, or internships.


Networking is the #1 way to find a job. Over 60% of job opportunities are obtained through networking.

A 91Ƶ students gives a thumbs up and smile to the camera while participating in the Edge Boot Camp
A 91Ƶ graduate in a headscarf and regalia smiles at the camera during commencement

grad School Ready

Whether you’re exploring postgraduate opportunities or preparing to apply for professional programs, we’re here to empower you with the information you need to make informed decisions.

For more information about these opportunities and resources, contact Director of Health Careers & Professional Development, Josh Quinn.

Upcoming Edge Events

futures with the edge See where our alumni have landed!

91Ƶ alumna Isabella Wadsworth poses for a headshot during the Edge Boot Camp

Isabel Wadsworth ’21

Major: Communication Studies
After Graduation: Attended University of Richmond School of Law

How did the Edge help you?
“The Edge helped me secure crucial internships that developed my interest in business and law. Also, the Edge introduced me to successful alumni who are some of my most trusted mentors.”

91Ƶ alumnus Korey Turner poses in front of a fountain in regalia

Korey Turner ’20

Major: Business with Concentration in Finance
After Graduation: Investment Analyst at Virginia Retirement System

How did the Edge help you?
“The Edge helped me prepare for life after college. After my freshman year, I began to take advantage of the great resources the Edge had to offer by meeting several times with Cathy Rollman and speaking to other Edge Career Center professionals to create a resume that would catch the eye of employers looking to offer internships to current students. The development and professional preparation the Edge provided during my time at Randolph-Macon College allowed me to land a great job in my dream field.”

91Ƶ alumnus Austin Fortier poses for a headshot during the Edge Boot Camp

Austin Fortier ’20

Majors: Religious Studies and Spanish
After Graduation: Regional Sales Executive at ePac Flexible Packaging

How did the Edge help you?
“The Edge helped me while at 91Ƶ by providing career and internship fairs. It was through them that I got the internship that led to my job. Everyone at the Edge helped coach me through interviews and helped refine my resume/story. Without the Edge and the programs they supply to students I would not be in the position I am today. I recommend all students to start early and get to know those at the Edge because it will produce many benefits down the road.”

91Ƶ alumna Madeleine Purcell poses for a headshot in a lab coat.

Madeleine Purcell ’19

Major: Biology
After Graduation: University of Maryland School of Medicine

How did the Edge help you?
“The Edge helped me solidify my passion for medicine. Through the help of Josh and the Edge, I was able to get an internship where I was able to shadow throughout many different fields of the hospital and gain valuable time with attending physicians and patients. I was also able to secure a job as a scribe through the Edge, which helped me learn medical terminology and prepare for medical school. Through the Edge, I also met my research mentor, Dr. Jim Foster. Working with Dr. Foster, I was able to gain valuable skills in lab, as well as publish in PLOS Genetics. In medical school, I have continued with research and have been fortunate enough to be published in Nature Medicine. I would not have been able to get into medical school or succeed in medical school without the help of the Edge!”

Meet the Team The Edge Career Center

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Josh Quinn

Director of Health Careers & Professional Development

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Cathy Rollman

Associate Executive Director of the Edge Career Center