The mission of 209 Manna Ministries is to provide food, toiletries, and school supplies for students at Virginia Tech. Customers will be welcomed by open hearts, open minds, open arms, and open doors, confidentiality is key for students to feel welcome.
Agronomy Club is one of the oldest organizations on campus. We are involved in many events across campus and host our own Peanut Sale in the fall semester and a Chili dinner in the spring.
Mission Statement: To bring diverse groups of people together in order to engage in meaningful conversation.
ABS serves to bring together the Bangladeshi community at Virginia Tech and surrounding areas. We look towards the interests of the Bangladeshi students and aim to connect them with each other and the local communities.
Discussion of various cultural and historical British events. We will celebrate British culture by drinking tea and eating scones and will broaden the horizons of many students. We hope to incorporate literature and film.
CaribSO is a student-run organization that aims to share the varied and unique cultures of the Caribbean with the Virginia Tech Community, and facilitate the gathering of Caribbean people attending the university.
Do you like chai tea? We like chai tea. Do you want to feel superior to Chocolate Milk Monday Club? We are superior to Chocolate Milk Monday Club.
Club Management Association of America (CMAA) student chapter helps connect students to the professional CMAA network and educate students about the many skills and jobs needed in the Hospitality industry.
The purpose of this Council and its members shall be to serve as knowledgeable advocates for the beef industry to the general public, with a special emphasis on the Virginia Tech campus community.
Collegiate Young Farmers at Virginia Tech supports agriculture through production, education, promotion, advocacy and leadership. We are affiliated with the VA Farm Bureau Young Farmers.