Service Opportunities




American Heart Association  Volunteer at school events, find sponsors and donors, assist in fundraising and other charitable programs. And much more!  Cassidie Fenton
We are looking for Spanish speaking volunteers to make weekly visits to local Latin families to help their children with their school work. Most visits last about 45 min.  Zac Taylor
Kids are Scientists Too
Kids Are Scientists Too (KAST) is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering a love of science and learning in elementary school children. This organization is currently looking for volunteers who would be able to help lead after-school sessions and/or tutor at Wasatch Elementary School. Emma Moulton
Provo Youth Mentoring
This organization needs mentors for at-risk students in the Provo area. The time commitment is one hour per week anytime between 8am - 4 pm  Ben Wallace
Teaching 5th Grade Anatomy
A BYU professor and student have started a volunteer program teaching 5th grade anatomy. Student Mentors are needed for this program.  Kevin Steed
TOPS Tutoring at Rock Canyon Elementary

Rock Canyon Elementary (located a little north of the MTC) needs volunteers for their after school program. This program runs Mondays-Thursdays from 3:15 to 5pm. If interested, sign up for a time slot here, either 3:15-4pm and/or 4-5pm.
VistaCare Hospice
Hospice volunteers choose the type of volunteer role that meets their needs, and are given the opportunity to use their training and talents to enrich the lives of our patients and their families in many different ways. Typical volunteer roles include: Administrative; Bereavement; Community Outreach; Direct Patient Involvement; Professional; In-Patient Units, etc. 
Skyler Vanderhoof
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Y-Serve and Center for Service and Learning
There are daily opportunities for students to serve through Y-Serve and the Center for Service and Learning. Visit their website for upcoming opportunities to serve. 801-422-8686
Y-Serve Red Cross Services
You can save lives through disaster response and emergency preparedness. Internships and leadership positions are available. Volunteers will receive national training and certification and work with an internationally known non-profit organization. Meetings are the first Wednesday of every month (November-April) from 5-5:50pm in 3238 WSC.