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What is ACCESS?

ACCESS is a type of big brother/big sister program matching a male-female pair of volunteers to an at-risk child between the ages 5 and 11. Activities may include helping with homework, doing crafts, or playing games. Check out our Instagram page here.

How do I get involved?

  1. Complete an application form here.
  2. Be contacted by a Program Director and set up a training meeting.
  3. If you would like more information or know of a child that would benefit from our program, please email us at access@byu.edu.

Volunteer Commitment:

Volunteers should commit to two semesters, if possible, for the sake of consistency. Volunteers plan weekly activities for the child they mentor. In addition, there will be monthly super-activities for all participants.

Training:

  1. Fill out a Background Check request form using this link. Honor Code standing will also be checked.
  2. Please complete this mandatory 25 minute Minor Protection Training before you begin working with this program.

Directors

Available by email at access@byu.edu

Narissa Ungrangsee, Executive Director

(385) 500-8907
Office Hour: Fridays 12:30-1:30 PM

Hailee Cox

(480) 338-0386

Kya Haner

(661) 567-5908

Megan Munger

(801) 635-7865

Logann Smith

(208) 890-2096