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Volunteer Connection

Help other students succeed in college by volunteering as a tutor.

Be a Part of Someone's Success

BYU-Idaho students are renowned for their desires to serve, lift, and build others. Make a difference in another student’s success by volunteering as a tutor.

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.
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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.

Volunteer or Get Help

Ways You Can Volunteer

There are many ways you can volunteer to help your fellow students be successful during their college experience. Among them are our various Drop-in Labs as well as our English Conversation Lab.
Volunteer Connection offers drop-in labs for various on-campus course topics. If you need some extra help with a course, drop in for a visit.
On-campus student volunteers help online students from around the globe practice English speaking skills through our video call lab.

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 
Volunteer Connection