Volunteer and discover the joy of serving!
There are many different volunteer opportunities. Find where you want to volunteer by exploring the following groups.
I-Team Leaders are paired together and oversee an I-Team group of new students.
I-Team Leaders have opportunities to teach and share their personal feelings and experiences about BYU-I with their I-Team group as they participate in the various events sponsored during Get Connected.
- I-Team leaders serve for 4 days (Wednesday - Saturday) prior to the start of the semester. This includes two days of Spirit Conference (volunteer training) and two days of service at Get Connected.
I-Night is the "back-to-school" party for all new and current students. More than 100 volunteers are needed to staff the event.
Volunteers receive free admission to the event but are required to work two of the four hours of the event. This is a great opportunity to start off your semester right! By volunteering you get to meet people, make new friends, have fun, and give service at the start of the semster.
- Attend a 1 hour training meeting
- Cover a 2 hour shift at a venue at I-Night
- You'll get free access to I-Night and also you'll get a coupon worth of 1 dollar for discounted food at the Crossroads or Freshens.
I-Reps greet students and parents as they come on to campus or their apartment complexes.
I-Reps oversee Get Connected registration and provide answers to commonly asked questions during Move-in Day and Get Connected.
I-Reps have opportunities to serve incoming students and parents one-by-one.
I-Reps assist with the Get Connected events.
- I-Reps serve for 4 days (Wednesday - Saturday) prior to the start of the semester. This includes two days of Spirit Conference (volunteer training) and two days of service at Get Connected.
All new students are assigned to a student ambassador.
As a student ambassador you will contact new students on a frequent basis and answer any questions or concerns they may have.
- Willing to spend 2 hours per week
Student Associations provide opportunities for students with similar interests to strengthen and build disciple leadership skills through meaningful friendships, activities and service opportunities. All students are welcome to join any association that they are interested in regardless of cultural background or ethnicity.
Please view the Student Associations webpage to explore the current active associations and to join an association.Volunteer Application
There are many ways to get involved with the Student Representative Council. Whether you have five spare minutes each week or are looking for serious responsibility and leadership opportunities, the SRC has a place for you. Service in the SRC gives you a chance to speak your mind on important issues affecting students and to work with the leadership of the university to improve the student experience.Volunteer Application
An Involvement Rep promotes other programs of Student Support, and it interviews new volunteers.
- Willing to spend # amount of hours per week
- Full time student with # credits
"Volunteering in Student Support has blessed my life and helped me to have an increase of the Spirit."