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Circle K

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What is Circle K?

BYU Circle K is part of Circle K International, the largest collegiate community service organization in the world! Our mission is to build caring and compassionate leaders through the vehicle of service. BYU Circle K allows students to participate in a wide variety of service events. We visit the Utah State Hospital weekly to play with the children there. During Summer term, Circle K helps Provo Kiwanis with their pancake breakfast during the Freedom Festival Balloon Fest leading up to the 4th of July, and helps Spanish Fork Kiwanis with their concession stand at the rodeo leading up to July 24th. For more information, please check our Facebook page.

How do I get involved?

We will be communicating future activities via email, Facebook (click here to join the group), and Teams!

Volunteer Commitment:

During Fall and Winter semesters, we meet in front of the Wilk Jamba Juice every Saturday at 9:30 AM to carpool to the Utah State Hospital and play with children. It is recommended that volunteers wear athletic clothing since they will be running around. We will return to BYU by 12:00 PM.


Please complete this mandatory 25 minute Minor Protection Training before you begin working with the children.


  • A negative TB (tuberculosis) test from THIS year. You can get this done at the Student Health Center or the Utah County Health department across from the City Center Temple.
  • A record of your Covid-19 vaccination card.
  • Flu shot. Send a picture of your receipt.
  • Drivers license.
  • Fill out the paperwork that is attached as best as you can.
  • Attend an in-person orientation. Email to sign up.

Note: You may log service hours for however long it takes to watch the orientation and fill out the paperwork.


Available by email at

Jake Beck, Executive Director

(801) 414-5426
Office Hour: Thursdays 3:00-4:00 PM

Lauren Vehar

(801) 787-3416

Ridge Williams

McKella Bunn

Kathryn Blasini