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Volunteer/job/internship opportunities:

  • Nonprofit Student Researcher: Community Action Services is looking for help to explore the root causes of poverty in our community and produce information that will help guide their services for the next five years. High-impact opportunity with flexible time commitment. Research experience is helpful, but not required. If you (or someone else you know) is interested, please contact Selina Forsyth at sforsyth@communityactionuc.org.
  • Economic Development Workforce Fellowship: Salt Lake County’s division of Regional Economic Development is seeking a current senior or graduate student with an interest in qualitative research methods to participate in a fellowship program from June 3 - August 16. The Workforce Fellow will conduct focus groups with employees at businesses in Salt Lake County, transcribe these interviews, and help analyze the data. 12-15 hours a week with an overall stipend of $3,000. Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and three references to RMatthes@slco.org. Applications are due by March 24. For more information, email us at civicengagement@byu.edu.
  • AmeriCorps Service: Montanta Campus Contact is looking for BYU students and graduates to join their AmeriCorps national service programs focused on advancing K-12 success, promoting college access, and alleviating poverty. If you are interested in a summer or fall position, contact Callye Foster, the MTCC program specialist at foster@mtcompact.org.


Mission
The Office of Civic Engagement provides students and faculty with the appropriate skills and meaningful opportunities to become engaged in their respective communities. We seek to promote civic service and to encourage everyone to find ways to solve problems around them. To learn more, click here.

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"Members should do their civic duty by supporting measures that strengthen society morally, economically, and culturally. Members are urged to be actively engaged in worthy causes to improve their communities and make them wholesome places in which to live and rear families."

–LDS Handbook of Instruction