People of BYU-I: Joshua, Kylie and Cameron and Jacob

HAILEY THOMAS | Scroll Photography

HAILEY THOMAS | Scroll Photography

Q: With service and helping people, do you prefer doing service projects or just being nice to people?

A: All of the above. Because now I am the FHE group leader for this semester and so I’ve kind of taken it upon myself to visit my FHE sisters almost every single day. So I go up to Perkins and then all the way down to La Jolla and everyday I visit them.

-Joshua Otteson, Sophomore, Civil Engineering


IAN YOUNG | Scroll Photography

IAN YOUNG | Scroll Photography

Q: What were you doing when I contacted you?

A: I was finishing up a Gateway Seminar I just taught. I was just reviewing over my material and what I taught to my students. I am a volunteer.

Q: Why do you volunteer your time to do this?

A: The school has so many great resources. I definitely have not taken advantage of them in the past and that’s why I am taking time to volunteer now. I want students to see what great resources they truly have.

-Kylie Foote, Health Science


DALLAN BOYD | Scroll Photography

DALLAN BOYD | Scroll Photography

Q: What is so special about P2B?

A: Jacob — It’s a personal development conference. We’re going to be taught about LinkedIn, building a resume and getting prepared to enter the working field. It teaches us to network because it’s all about who you know.

Cameron — It’s a great way to get ahead of the game so that you can get exactly what you want out of your career and be able to provide for your family.

-Cameron Bastian, Junior, Business Management (left)

-Jacob Kenning, Junior, Communications (right)

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