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McGaughy Internship & Professional Development Center


The McGaughy Center manages the working relationships between interning CBE students, their supervising faculty and their host internship company.  CBE students follow a strategic progression when preparing for their required-for-graduation internships, including seminars, cover letter and resume preparation, communication with faculty, preparation of contractual documents, and much more. 

Internships allow students to enhance their classroom education with real world experiential learning, while adding value to hosting internship companies, by applying their technical and professional skills to projects and assignments .  As such, internships are a "win-win" for students and their hosting internship companies, with both gaining valuable benefits.

Internship Seminar

CBE students are required to attend an Internship Seminar prior to entering the internship program.  Two seminar sessions are offered each semester.

The dates for the Spring 2016 semester are:

Thursday, February 11th, Hiner 207 at 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 3rd, Hiner 207 at 3:30 p.m.


Student Shares Internship Process & Experience


We Invite Your Participation

If you would like to sponsor an intern from the College of Business and Economics or if you would just like to learn more about the program, please let us know.

College of Business and Economics
Longwood University
201 High Street
Farmville, Virginia 23909

William H. Baxter
McGaughy Internship & Professional Development Center

Nancy C. Postans
Internship Coordinator
McGaughy Internship & Professional Development Center
Hiner 203


Register to Become a Potential Host Internship Company

Internship Supervisor Evaluation Form (to be completed by the host company supervisor of the sponsoring organization).


About Page McGaughy

Page McGaughy

Our internship center is named for Page McGaughy (Class of 1946) who is a longtime Longwood benefactor. In 2003 she, and her late husband John, established and endowed the John B. and Page Cook Axson McGaughy Internship & Professional Development Center in the College of Business and Economics.