Hokie Kids’ Club virtual programming announced for 2020-21 academic year

Story Links BLACKSBURG – The Virginia Tech athletics Hokie Kids’ Club unveiled its new exclusive virtual programming on Friday, which will be designed to engage its members in fun and exciting ways outside of traditional events. Dubbed “Jump Into Learning,” the programming will focus on STEAM-related activities that […]

BLACKSBURG  The Virginia Tech athletics Hokie Kids’ Club unveiled its new exclusive virtual programming on Friday, which will be designed to engage its members in fun and exciting ways outside of traditional events.

Dubbed “Jump Into Learning,” the programming will focus on STEAM-related activities that can be done virtually alongside a Hokie student-athlete.

Each month, Hokie Kids’ Club members will be emailed an exclusive activity to participate in at home, followed by a special video featuring a Tech student-athlete completing that same activity while answering questions about their major, the importance of getting an education and their path to Blacksburg and Tech. Current Hokie Kids’ Club members are invited to submit questions by clicking here.

“Jump Into Learning” programming for the month of September is available to all current Hokie Kids’ Club members. Starting in October, these exclusive benefits will be available only to Maroon-level members.

Maroon memberships to the Hokie Kids’ Club are still available for just $35. Other benefits include a custom T-shirt and membership card, a special birthday email from the HokieBird and more. To become a member, click here.

 

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