An Invitation to Share Your Talents

BYU-Idaho Storehouse of Talent

"And all this for the benefit of the church of the living God, that every man may improve upon his talent, that every man may gain other talents, yea, even an hundred fold, to be cast into the Lord's storehouse, to become the common property of the whole church—Every man seeking the interest of his neighbor, and doing all things with an eye single to the glory of God."  (Doctrine & Covenants 82:18-19)

This website is designed to gather and share various resources from across campus. We invite you to contribute to the storehouse. Here are some ways that you might contribute:

Volunteer to help the HR office train others on campus. You may have a strength that you could share with others in a training session.
Volunteer to be a resource on a specific skill or topic. For example, if you are really good at MS Excel, you could be listed on the website as someone to contact for assistance.
Submit a document (Word, PowerPoint, pdf, etc.) to be reviewed, edited (where needed), and posted on the Storehouse website. The document could be a slideshow that you created for departmental training, notes from a great conference that you attended, or a handout from a class.
Submit a link to a video (e.g. YouTube, TED talk, etc.) or website that has inspired and instructed you.

Overall, consider sharing your talents with others. Together we accomplish more!  

I. Trainings offered through the BYU-Idaho Storehouse 

II. Directory of Campus Talent (talents, skills, knowledge) 

  • TBD

III. Collection of Helpful Resources (various subjects)

  • TBD  

If you would like to volunteer your talent to the storehouse, please contact HR Training and Development at

Please note: The Storehouse website is not a "soapbox" or a forum for person agendas. All potential materials and speakers will be screened and approved before being posted to the website. 


Quote: "[The] Lord's storehouse is not limited to a building used to distribute food and clothing to the poor. It also includes Church members' offerings of time, talents, compassion, materials, and financial means that are made available to the bishop to help care for the poor and needy. The Lord's storehouse, then, exists in each ward. These offerings are 'to be cast into the Lord's storehouse, ... every man seeking the interest of his neighbor, and doing all things with an eye single to the glory of God' (D&C 82:18-19)." (Handbook 2: Administering the Church, "Welfare Principles and Leadership," 6.1.3)