Show your Hokie pride by giving back

Lending a hand is just part of being a Hokie, and there are many ways that you can support the efforts of the college and impact the success of students. Speak at the annual Launch Party. Encourage your company to hire a Hokie intern. Join an advisory board. Fund a Beyond Boundaries scholarship that the university will match.

There are many options for giving, and each one — like you — matters. If you'd like to talk to someone about how you can get involved, please contact us:

Corrine Woods

Director of Alumni Relations
corrine.woods@vt.edu
540-231-5484

Emily Hutchins

Chief Advancement Officer
ehutch@vt.edu
540-231-8859

Jeff Dawley, winner of the 2018 Recent Alumni Award, exemplifies what it means to help other Hokies and stay connected with CNRE. As a team lead as Esri, a worldwide leader in geographic information systems, he encourages fellow Hokies to join the company and is always one of the first people to reach out to new hires. He has served on the CNRE Alumni Board of Directors and regularly serves as a guest lecturer.

Upcoming events for alumni and friends

Fiddles and Vittles

September 21, 2018
Smithfield Plantation

Our “welcome back” party to kick off the new school year with food, music, and more.


CNRE Career Fair

September 25, 2018
Cassell Coliseum

If your company or organization has current or upcoming openings for full-time or part-time employees or interns, come and connect with students and alumni at the annual career fair and networking reception.

Stay connected with the Virginia Tech Alumni Association

Virginia Tech has more than 250,000 living alumni in all 50 states and more than 100 countries. That’s a lot of Hokies, so there are a lot of ways to stay engaged:

  • Join your local chapter or an affinity group
  • Join the LinkedIn group
  • Attend a networking event
  • Take advantage of a travel opportunity
  • Follow on social media

Jump start your career

If you’re actively seeking a new position or getting ready in case an opportunity presents itself, Alumni Career Resources can help.