Be a Part of Someone's Success
Be a Disciple Leader
Gain valuable experience as a disciple leader by helping others succeed academically.
Build Your Resume
Strengthen your resume with service-oriented skills that showcase your leadership.
Learn New Skills
Learn how to apply the Learning Model and other skills in one-on-one settings to explain course concepts.
Two Hours Can Make a Difference
Devote two hours each week to tutor other students. Your willingness to strengthen someone else will help improve your own studies and academic success. Make a difference in someone’s life. Volunteer tutors must maintain a 3.0 GPA and have received a B+ or better in the subject they wish to tutor.
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the center director for the drop-in lab.
Ways You Can Volunteer
Volunteer Connection’s Mission
The idea of academic service and Volunteer Connection was first conceived by BYU-Idaho President Kim B. Clark in 2010. Since that time, the goal has been to provide as many meaningful volunteer opportunities for BYU-Idaho students as possible. Thousands of students have volunteered to help their peers. Join the effort and be part of the legacy.
- Offer services that are beneficial to students and faculty
- Provide meaningful volunteer opportunities for students
- Maintain a safe environment that fosters success and personal growth
- Preserve student leadership with students building themselves and others
- Develop disciple leaders who will be an influence for good now and in future roles
- Support the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and BYU-Idaho’s mission