Listed below are the clubs and societies that can be found in the College of Education and Human Development

Family and Consumer Science Society

This organization provides an opportunity for family and consumer science majors to gather and discuss or have activities related to their degree.

“Bond of friendship will be created among students with similar academic interests,” according to the Family and Consumer Science Society webpage.

Child and Family Advocacy Society

This organization meets every Thursdays at 5 p.m. in the John L. Clarke Building to learn about the jobs related to children and families. There will be a $10 fee when joining, but there will be a t-shirt and stickers in return.

“A great way for marriage and family studies and child development majors to come together and network,” according to the Child and Family Advocacy Society webpage.

They also have a Facebook page with additional information regarding the latest in the organization, BYU-Idaho Child and Family Advocacy Society.

The Psychology Society

This society meets at 6 p.m. on Thursdays in the Thomas E. Ricks Building 161. Additional information on the Psychology Society will be given through emails of the students in the department corresponding to this society.

The Sociology Society

This society from the Sociology Department provides students with opportunities to participate in activities such as talking with a professor regarding internships in the sociology department, and other academic activities. They meet at 2 p.m. on Thursdays in the Ricks 135.

Social Work Society

The Social Work Society works in preparing students in becoming professional social workers. This is achieved by working with faculty members and creating goals for student to accomplish. Some goals focus on effectively networking, preparing for graduate school and other tasks which are listed on their homepage.