Become a Peer Facilitator for Gateway Seminars

We have discontinued the Gateway Seminar program.






The Gateway Foundations Seminar program is looking for excellent students who would like to make a difference in new students' lives by facilitating one of two Gateway Seminars for fall semester 2017 (students off-track may apply). By being a peer facilitator, you will bless the lives of hundreds of BYU-Idaho students, enhance your teaching and facilitation skills, and gain valuable experience while learning from and working with other peer facilitators. 

Required Qualifications

To apply, you should meet the following qualifications:

  • Love BYU-Idaho and what we stand for
  • Have the ability to present and lead discussions with a group of 25 students in a seminar setting
  • Able to volunteer up to three hours one evening a week or an occasional Saturday to facilitate seminars
    (also attend training sessions each Monday--sometime after 4:30 p.m. but before 6:30 p.m.
  • Preference for those who will have completed at least two semesters at BYU-Idaho after this semester
  • Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8
  • Live the BYU-Idaho Honor Code
  • Have no standing violations with the Dean of Students Office

Gateway Seminars

Apply for one of the following seminar types:  

Inspired Learning

Inspire students to apply the five eternal learning principles of the BYU-Idaho Learning Model.                          


Realize the Vision

Help students realize the prophetic vision of BYU-Idaho to become disciple leaders throughout their lives.



To learn more about the purpose and intent of these seminars, visit our web page at:

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