Reed Integration: Our Mission Is Your Success

Government and industry clients rely on our expertise in life cycle systems engineering from planning to requirements to projects closeout. Whether these processes involve assessment of mission management practices and project risk for NASA, functional analysis and requirements definition of Vessel Traffic Services for the U.S. Coast Guard, or specification and testing of port security modeling and simulation tools for Virginia Port Authority, we can help you harness the power of your investments in human capital and equipment.  Wondering where to go next?  Start here: Capabilities
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DHS / United States Coast Guard (USCG)

Vessel Traffic Services Improved Capabilities and Performance for USCG. More…
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DHS / United States Coast Guard (USCG)

USCG’s Boat Crew Communication System Prepared for Next Generation Requirements. More…
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NASA’s Independent Program Assessment Office (IPAO)

Independent Program Assessment Office Ensured Lifecycle Milestones Success for NASA. More…

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Reed Integration, Inc.
7007 Harbour View Boulevard,
Suite 117,
Suffolk, VA 23435
Office: 877-832-6118
Fax: 757-638-3239

Midwest Operations
Richard A. (Allan) Ray
109 South 4th Street,
Bellechester, MN 55027
Office: 651-309-0313
Cell: 507-259-1702
Fax: 651-309-3239
Reed Capital Region
6359 Walker Ln, Suite 200,
Alexandria, VA 22310.
Tel: 571-483-0316
Huntsville Operations
James Taylor PMI RMP
104 Glade Creek Circle,
Harvest, AL 35749
Cell: 256-554-0054

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"Working as an intern at
Reed Integration, Inc. has allowed me the opportunity to apply the skills I have learned in college courses to real life experiences. The company is growing and I am excited to be a part of it!"

Faith Albers



"Interning at Reed Integration, Inc. was the best career move I have ever made. I learned practical applications for the skills I developed in college in a way I could not have learned them otherwise. It was an amazing experience, and my career path looks brighter for having done it!"

John Greene


"During my internship, I gained knowledge and experience I could never have learned in the classroom. The internship also challenged me to apply my academic knowledge, and I gained confidence in my abilities as a student and as a valuable employee."

Heather Salisbury


Reed / CNU Internship Program

Reed, in conjunction with The Joseph W. Luter, III School of Business Academic Internship Program at Christopher Newport University (CNU), provides a supplemental source of learning for CNU students through the academic internship program. The Luter College Business Curriculum Committee has approved Reed as an internship host agency. Students interested in participating in the program with Reed Integration should contact Reed.

Course Description

480 Academic Internship courses are designed to serve as a supplemental source of learning and also enhance a student’s academic program and career objectives. The student will be engaged in a unique (3-way partnership) between an approved agency and the Luter College of Business and Leadership. The learning experience will be guided by a learning contract outlining a specific work component (job description) and academic component (learning objectives, strategies, evaluation methods and final project output documents).

Philosophy & Objectives

The Luter College of Business and Leadership recognizes the educational value of practical experiential learning which involve the business student outside the traditional classroom, allowing for professional application of theory and skills. Because of a commitment to this philosophy, the courses above have been established to meet the following objectives:
  1. To apply business administration theory and skills to a practical experience within an approved host agency.
  2. To gain further knowledge of how businesses operate through experience within a specific assignment with a site agency supervisor acting as mentor.
  3. To gain experience with the job search process and provide a foundation for future job placement.
  4. To contribute to a student’s intellectual and ethical growth - by providing an opportunity to apply classroom knowledge in the workplace, and to gain a practical perspective from which to reflect upon and evaluate classroom learning.

An academically sound internship supports the mission of the Luter College of Business and Leadership by providing feedback, which can be used in determining the need for new courses and adjustment of existing courses; new insights into the relevance of course content; enhanced classroom teaching; promotion of Luter Business graduates to employers; visibility and credibility of the Luter College of Business and Leadership in the community; and renewed enthusiasm in the classroom.

Procedures and Requirements

The Luter College Business Academic Internship is designed to be a structured practical professional experience; therefore, it is under the supervision of qualified academic and host agency personnel - A Luter business faculty member (faculty mentor) and an internship supervisor in the host agency. The following requirements apply to internships:

Internships will require a minimum of 100 hours on-site work, and be accorded 3 semester hours of credit.
  1. “BUSN 480 - Business Internships” may only be taken once, and is considered a free elective.
  2. Registration for an internship has to be approved by successfully competing in an application/selection process.
  3. The intern must be an officially declared major in The Luter College of Business and Leadership.
  4. The intern must have earned 75 hours of academic credit prior to beginning the internship (application for an internship can be submitted during the semester prior to enrollment).
The intern must complete a written learning contract with Reed's site supervisor and the faculty mentor. The learning contract must outline learning objectives, learning strategies, evaluation methods, and final deliverables prior to beginning of the internship (3rd month of the semester preceding the internship).

The internship will be graded (A to F) by the faculty mentor. The determination of the final grade will be based on the internship deliverables, Reed's supervisor evaluation, the faculty advisor mentor and an intern self-assessment.

Internships may be taken during the fall, spring or summer semesters.