action. reflection. knowledge.
VT Engage is Virginia Tech's service-learning and civic engagement center. We collaborate with communities, students, and faculty to cultivate sustainable, mutually beneficial partnerships through engaged service, learning, and reflection. We have something for everyone - all Hokies are welcome to participate in our service programs. Join us to experience Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).
Latest news & events
Job announcement: Service Learning Coordinator
The Service Learning Coordinator is an advocate for high quality service learning practices across all disciplines and serves as the primary liaison between VT Engage, the university’s faculty, and community partner organizations. The coordinator will also serve as the primary operations manager for the Campus Kitchen at Virginia Tech. Learn more and apply at jobs.vt.edu. Review of applications begins April 17, 2017.
Application open for the SERVE Living Learning Community
Joining the Hokie Nation as a new first year or transfer student? We'd love for you to join SERVE! Applications are now open through the Housing Contract process for those who have accepted their offer of admission and paid their matriculation fee.
Regional spring break trips immerse students in service, learning
This spring break, two groups of students with VT Engage will head out on alternative break trips to experience Ut Prosim (That I May Serve), but they aren’t going far. The student-led groups will spend the week serving, learning, and immersing themselves in the communities of Sparta, North Carolina, and Hurley, Virginia.
VT Engage and Student Affairs receive $1 million donation from alumnus Kevin Crofton
This incredible gift is an endowment that will support VT Engage's service immersion program and make trips more financially accessible to students for years to come. These student-led experiences are unique opportunities that connect students to community through service, emphasize learning, and push participants out of their comfort zones.