Virginia Tech Magazine
Alumni Association
Fall 2009

Hokie Nation serves
VIRGINIA TECH and the ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS encourage all members of the Hokie Nation to commit to service. The VT-ENGAGE initiative was launched to encourage students, faculty and staff members, alumni, friends, and other members of the university community to commit to performing service hours specifically to honor the university. The Hokie Nation bonded anew after April 2007, more than any other time in our history. This bond created a sense of spirit and a momentum of living the university's motto Ut Prosim (That I May Serve).

To further help demonstrate to the world the power of Hokie pride, Hokie Spirit, and Hokie tradition, join our Hokie Nation Serves service initiative. You can get involved by visiting the following websites:

your local chapter |

Hokie Nation Serves |


We thank all of our chapters and volunteers for their dedication to the Ut Prosim motto. (And don't forget to log your hours with VT-ENGAGE.)

VT Alumni Memorial Garden in Stephens, VA
Virginia Tech service projects
Virginia Tech Alumni Memorial Garden
in Stephens City, Va., a community service
project by the Shenandoah Chapter
HokieBird Fights Hunger food drive in central Pennsylvania
HokieBird Fights Hunger Food Drive
in central Pennsylvania
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