From our Virginia Science & Technology Campus in Loudoun County to our programs throughout the state, GW’s faculty and students—and the more than 40,000 GW alumni that make Virginia their home—strive to be a positive community resource in the Commonwealth.
Local residents come to VSTC to take classes, volunteer and use the public areas of our library. The campus also hosts the meetings and events of numerous community groups, including the Small Business Development Center, area chambers of commerce, local public schools, Sustainable Loudoun and the Loudoun Photography Club.
GW’s VSTC library is a designated Foundation Center Cooperating Collection. As a result, local grant writers can access a free, comprehensive, searchable online database of more than 92,000 grantmaking foundations and charities in the United States. They also can take advantage of a collection of publications about grant proposals and grant makers as well as a series of workshops focused on searching for funds and writing successful proposals.
For more information about the VSTC, please visit: http://www.gwvirginia.gwu.edu/.