Y Serve: Come Serve with Me
The Center for Service and Learning (Y-Serve) offers students a wide variety of meaningful service opportunities and seeks to instill a desire to give lifelong service. Karl G. Maeser, the first principal of Brigham Young Academy, recognized the importance of service because he emphasized it equally with the development of faith, character, and intellect. Today, service is one of the four aims of a BYU education.
Through service opportunities, students learn about the world, their fellow human beings, and themselves. Service offers students a chance to use their skills, talents, and education to benefit others. Students also gain perspective, insight and understanding, while developing friendships and experiences that may enhance their resumes.
Come visit this photo exhibition at the base of the spiral staircase in the Joseph F. Smith Building and then come upstairs to see the rest of the gallery!
- Heather M. Seferovich, exhibition curator, Education in Zion Gallery
- Casey Peterson, exhibition curator, Center for Service and Learning
- Janine Green, exhibition curator, Center for Service and Learning
- Robert E. M. Spencer, exhibition designer
- Scott Duvall, associate university librarian, Lee Library and advisory committee chair
- Cali O’Connell, promotions and outreach department, Lee Library and advisory committee member
- Photos courtesy of the Center for Service and Learning