Alumni Weekend, scheduled for May 29-31, 2020, will feature the best of past events while adding flexible pricing options for alumni to participate in all activities or just a few.
ALUMNI FAMILY GAME DAY promises to offer an afternoon of fun and excitement for all ages.
Alumni and Career Services continues to ramp up its efforts to help Longwood students and alums find rewarding careers, holding Longwood’s first Career Prep Week in October.
ALUMNI WHO ARE SEEKING jobs or recruiting employees are invited to attend three upcoming career fairs.
One group of parents moving their freshmen into the newly renovated Frazer Hall this fall must have felt at least a smidgeon of déjà vu.
Julie Mock Blake ’99 doesn’t think she’ll ever get too old for summer camp—at least not the camp where she’s been volunteering since she was 12.
Joan Perry Brock ’64 was appointed by Gov. Ralph Northam to a five-year term on the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ Board of Trustees in February.
Kathleen McCann Hanawalt ’38 July 6, 2019, Elizabeth Carrington Pendergrass ’42 June 20, 2019
Career fairs have the amazing power to open up new worlds for Longwood students. For Amelia Erickson ’18, M.S. ’19, it will be a tiny Yup’ik village in the Alaska bush, 422 air miles west of Anchorage.
It’s no secret that knowing the right people can make it easier to find success. It’s also no secret that it feels good to give a deserving young person a hand up in their career.