Alumni Ambassadors are alumni who care about the legacy of BYU-Idaho and are advocates for the university. They serve as local contacts for the University and assist students as mentors and a resource for internships. Network and build relationships with BYU-Idaho Alumni and friends.
Located in various cities throughout the United States, these part-time service missionaries are called to build and maintain relationships with companies in their area and assist students and alumni in finding internships or careers in these areas. Hub Expeditions are a great way to visit an area of interest and meet face-to-face with potential employers and experience providers.
LinkedIn helps you exchange knowledge, ideas, and opportunities with your trusted contacts.
A society run by the Marriott (business) School at BYU. Once targeted companies have been identified, management society presidents can be contacted for assistance in reaching out to their members that may be employed at your targeted companies. Another great tool to gather information, build relationships, and discover opportunities.
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An event that gives students the chance to meet hundreds of companies, explore different internship and career opportunities, and establish contacts within these companies. If you are looking for an internship or career, then the BYU-Idaho Discovery Fair is for you! A fair is held every fall and winter semester.
Learn more about the Discovery Fair
Church and church educational system organizations. Once targeted companies have been identified, CES directors, Stake Presidents, and Stake Employment Directors can be contacted for assistance in reaching out to members or employees of targeted companies. A great tool to gather information, build relationships, and discover opportunities.