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Corporate and Foundation Relations

Preparing the future workforce, strengthening the current one

Beginning fall 2014, Virginia Tech will become the first university in the state to offer a bachelor's in packaging systems and design. Generous support from companies like Grupo Phoenix help make opportunities like this possible. Click on the headline above to learn more about the innovative program.

    Grupo Phoenix and Virginia Tech form a packaging partnership

Preparing the future workforce, strengthening the current one

Beginning fall 2014, Virginia Tech will become the first university in the state to offer a bachelor's in packaging systems and design. Generous support from companies like Grupo Phoenix help make opportunities like this possible. Click on the headline above to learn more about the innovative program.

    Grupo Phoenix and Virginia Tech form a packaging partnership

Corporate support expands Presidential Scholarship Initiative

Generous gifts to the Presidential Scholarship Initiative, like a recent one from Altria, will afford even more students the opportunity to receive a quality education.

    Rico Charity, a 2013 graduate, benefited from a Presidential Scholarship

The Power of Partnerships

Virginia Tech, a major research university following in the land-grant tradition, serves the commonwealth, the nation, and indeed the world by educating future leaders, conducting groundbreaking research, and improving lives through innovative outreach programs.

We actively seek new ways to partner with the private sector. We strongly believe that the intersection between private and public initiatives has enormous potential to yield solutions to our greatest challenges. By investing in Virginia Tech, corporations and non-profit organizations are investing in the future.

Do you have a partnership opportunity or wish to learn more about our existing programs? For more information, contact our Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations or visit one of the special resource pages listed below.

Contact Us

Corporate and Foundation Relations
University Development (MC0336)
Gateway Center, Virginia Tech
902 Prices Fork Rd.
Blacksburg, VA 24061
540-231-3709
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cfr@vt.edu


Researchers testing technology that could improve mining operations

    Virginia Tech associate professor Erich Hester conducts field research

With help from a Wells Fargo Clean Technology and Innovation Grant, Virginia Tech researchers are testing a technology that could help minimize the environmental impact of future mining operations. Click here to learn more.