Being involved on campus is one of the best ways to expand your network and discover your personal interests. BYU offers a variety of ways to become involved. Check out the information below to get started!
The Ballard Center is an academic center that interacts with students, faculty, and practitioners to search for pattern-breaking social innovations.
Visit the BYU Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance to learn how the world’s most vexing social problems are being solved. The Ballard Center matches students’ personal skills and interests with worthwhile educational experiences that lead to a meaningful life of Doing Good Better.
Get involved through clubs, classes, internships, and competitions:
Graduates for Social Innovation
Social Innovation Leadership Council
Social Innovation On-Campus Internships
Corporate Social Responsibility Internships
Political Affairs Society
The BYU Political Affairs Society’s purpose is to increase the capacity of BYU students, faculty, alumni, and friends of the university to positively influence and participate in domestic and international affairs.
Chapters in Washington, D.C., Salt Lake City, New York City, Hawaii-Pacific, BYU Student, Idaho, Women in Politics.
The Marriot School of Business has a variety of internationally related clubs.
Examples include Nonprofit Management Student Association, ALPFA-Building Latino Business Leaders, Global Management Student Association (GMSA), Korean Business Student Association, Women in Business, etc.
Internships are wonderful opportunities for students to learn more about their chosen professional fields by doing real-world work. An on-campus internship (OCI) is an opportunity for you to put into practice the things you are learning in the classroom. In addition, the students learn about actual work place environments and about a specific employer. Also, the employer gets to see the work ethic, talents, skills, and personality of a potential employee. This is truly a win-win situation. Visit the web site to learn more oci.byu.edu.