Explore what Ut Prosim and leadership mean to you
VT Engage offers a variety of ways to get engaged in local, regional, and global communities. Whether you want to serve a couple hours on a Campus Kitchen shift, spend a half day or day with us on a Get on the Bus trip, develop your leadership capacities on one of our student teams, or go on an adventure for three weeks in Peru, we have something for you. All undergraduate and graduate students of any major are welcome to sign up for our trips.
Questions about any of our programs? Contact the VT Engage team at email@example.com or 540-231-6964.
If you are an individual with a disability & desire an accommodation, welcome! Please contact us at the above email and phone number at least 10 business days prior to day trips & at least 30 days for other trips. Visit program pages for more info.
This conference offers a unique experience to collaborate with your peers on current issues affecting college students and explore what leadership means to you.
These trips are immersive experiences that explore community issues in our region and throughout the eastern United States during weekends as well as fall, winter, and spring breaks.
Combat hunger and food waste by redistributing unserved and unsold food from on-campus dining centers to local nonprofits.
Join us on half-day or daylong projects that introduce you to social topics affecting the New River Valley & Roanoke Valley communities.
These trips are a combination of service, learning, and cultural immersion in the Dominican Republic, Peru, & Puerto Rico.
These grants are awarded to current undergraduate or graduate students to help fund an innovative, community-driven project.
These teams lead all of our trips. They build leadership skills, and are trained in managing group dynamics, facilitating reflections, and learn about social topics impacting our world.
VT Engage’s community partners are independent of Virginia Tech and do not represent the opinions or beliefs of our faculty, staff, or administration. We partner with organizations and individuals whose goals align with our mission, but hold a wide range of opinions on political, religious, and social issues. Therefore, students participating in our programs may find themselves in situations where their personal views come into conflict with those of others.
We encourage students to see these differences as an opportunity to better understand the perspectives and beliefs of others through dialogue and reflection. However, any student who feels threatened, unsafe, or unreasonably uncomfortable is encouraged to remove themselves from the situation and alert a VT Engage program leader.