The need to continue to provide a supportive, nurturing Jewish community at Virginia Tech is greater now than ever because of the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it will continue to have on our Jewish students. This commitment to serving our students anytime, anywhere - through good times and difficult ones -is what drives our work each and every day.

It also reflects the words of our namesake, Hillel the Elder:
“Do not separate yourself from the community.”  

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Vision

Hillel at Virginia Tech envisions a world made better because of the impact of dynamic Jewish leaders.

Mission

Hillel at Virginia Tech is a home away from home where one can grow personally and socially through involvement, leadership, and mentorship. With pluralism and intersectionality in mind, our programs cultivate an environment of accessibility and unwavering curiosity towards Judaism and Israel for the Hokie community.

Hillel at Virginia Tech

Hillel at Virginia Tech

Hillel at Virginia Tech
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