All of our events are posted on our calendar. Search for a particular type of event (recurring, student-led, service immersion, training) or a particular program’s set of events. Anyone in the Virginia Tech community is welcome to participate in our events and program activities. We have something for everyone!

Campus Kitchen
Join us to redistribute dining hall food to area hunger-related organizations.

International trips
A combination of service, learning, & cultural immersion in Peru (summer) & the Dominican Republic (winter break.)

Recurring Service Trips
Build a relationship with a community partner by serving weekly all semester long.

Get on the Bus
Half-day or day-long projects that introduce volunteers to service & our community.

Poster Showcase
Each April, our poster showcase highlights undergraduate & graduate student work in communities.

SERVE LLC
Students live together in Pritchard Hall & explore what Ut Prosim means to them in class & through service.

Grants
Available to students promoting our core values in their community work.

Student Leaders
This team trains to lead trips at weekly meetings, develop reflection skills, & explore issues impacting our world.

Weekend & Alternative breaks
These trips dive deeper into community issues & service over a weekend or during spring break.

Non-endorsement statement

Most of VT Engage’s community partners are independent of Virginia Tech and do not necessarily 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 him or herself from the situation and alert a VT Engage program leader.