Through the contributions of nearly 1,550 faculty and staff, we are excited to announce that we exceeded our 2018 Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign goal of $375,000. We raised a total of $379,431. Many thanks to each and everyone who supported this year’s campaign.
As the year draws to a close, the HR Service Center and Commonwealth of Virginia are getting ready for the annual mailing of tax documents, including employee W2s and IRS 1095-C forms. All tax documents will be available electronically or will be mailed to your home address of record by Jan. 31.
The final weeks of Virginia Tech’s Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign fall during the holiday season. During this time, it is crucial for charities to receive donations to meet the rising demand for their services.
As we approach Thanksgiving and the holiday season, we are reminded of the importance of giving back to our communities. In the spirit of our motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve), Frank Beamer is confident the Hokie Nation will come together and exceed this year’s goal of $375,000.
In this season of giving, we are reminded of the importance of giving back, even if it is in small ways. A great way to do this is to donate to a charity that is near to your heart through the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC). As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday and with only a few weeks remaining in the campaign, employees are encouraged to continue donating.
The 2018 Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC) is a little over one month out and we have raised $140,000. Although this is a great start, we are slightly behind last year’s percentage of reaching our goal. The campaign runs until Friday, Dec. 14, so we have 53 days remaining. We can do this!
In this assignment, which is a new leadership role for the university, Wilkes will report to Dwayne Pinkney, senior vice president for operations and administration, and serve as the principal deputy and senior advisor to Pinkney.
The 2018 Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign has kicked off and will run until Friday, Dec. 14. Since 2010, Virginia Tech employees have donated more than $2 million to local charities in the New River Valley and across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
“Our research exposes the reality: ‘flexible work boundaries’ often turn into ‘work without boundaries,’ compromising an employee’s and their family’s health and well-being,” says William Becker, associate professor of management.