Service Council

What is _____?: 

What is Service Council?


Sixteen students comprise the Service Council. These Council members typically have served as Directors in the Center for Service and Learning, and are responsible for training current Executive Directors and Program Directors in leadership skills and program administration. Each Service Council member oversees five or six of the Y-Serve’s 70 programs.

 

The Service Council operates under the close supervision of the Y-Serve’s director who trains them in advanced leadership skills. Council members in turn train student leaders, plan events, conduct regular stewardships, and plan and attend several student-leader retreats during the year.

Program Directors: 

2018-2019 Council

Nathan Espinoza

(951) 741-1426

Tues 4-5pm

Thurs 4-5pm

 

Dani Hamblin

(214) 498-9211

Tues 8-9am

Thurs 10-11am

 

Mackenzie McCoy

(702) 755-5341

 

Bailey Porter

(360) 567-9235

Tues 12-1pm

Tues 1-2pm

 

Bryan Landro

(951) 795-8315

Tues 1-2pm

Thurs 1-2pm

 

Caleb Dixon

(541) 517-6299

Tues 8-9am

Fri 9-10am

 

Claire Ratliff

(760) 628-7756

Tues 2-3pm

Thurs 2-3pm

 

Cole Martin

(832) 808-5568

Mon 8-9am

Thurs 8-9am

 

Jason Anderson

(610) 858-9291

Mon 4-5pm

Fri 4-5pm

 

Jenny Lestarge

(385) 368-6342

Wed 12-1pm

Thurs 12-1pm

 

Josh Gandy

(801) 935-1246

Tues 8-9am

Wed 9-10am

 

Justin Quackenbush

(480) 390-1465

Mon 2-3pm

Fri 8-9am

 

Mara Porter

(208) 570-7742

Tues 2-3pm

Thurs 11-12pm

 

Maddie Violette

(480) 276-2381

Tues 1-2pm

Wed 1-2pm

 

McKinsey Owen

(817) 614-1726

Tues 10:30-11:30am

Wed 10-11am

 

 

How do I get involved?: 

How do I get involved?


Service Council members must be enrolled as full-time students, have a 3.0 cumulative GPA at the time of application and throughout the term of service, and abide by Center and University policies and procedures. They are expected to spend five to ten hours a week in administrative and planning activities, in directing service with their programs, and in office hours. They must be available during April, May, June and August, and at a specified time each week for stewardships, training, planning, and reflection.

 

Service Council applications are available in February. Please visit Chris Crippen in 2010 WSC for more information.

Experiences: 

Service Council Stewardships

Nathan Espinoza

Central Park Station

Dani Hamblin

TURN

Mackenzie McCoy

Adaptive Show Choir

Cole Martin

Anatomy Academy

Blood Drives

Dietetics After-School Program

Friends for Sight

Healthcare

Red Cross Services

Bailey Porter

Adaptive Aquatics (Gym Kids)

Athletic Connection

Cougar Coaches

Jimmerosity

Special Olympics Team

Sports Hero Day

Justin Quackenbush

Community Outreach Day

Refugee

Service Dates

Service to the World

Share Your Hair

Stop and Serve

Claire Ratliff

4-H Mentoring

Access

Brighter Horizons

Impact

Project Youth

Youth Detention Center

Jason Anderson

Marketing Director

Josh Gandy

Adopt a Grandparent

Healing

Hospice

Project Uplift

Utah Healing Arts

Vineyard

Maddie Violette

Best Buddies

BYU Experience

Horses for Healing

Medallion Manor

RAH

Scenic View

Mara Porter

Provo Youth Mentoring

Seeds of Success

Teens Act

TOPS

Tutoring

Underwater Robotics

Caleb Dixon

Centro Hispano

Conexiones

Cruz Roja

INTL

Spanish Interpreters

Sub for Santa

McKinsey Owen

Family Literacy

Freshman Service Corps

Paint-a-Wish

Partners in the Arts

Scouting

South Franklin Community Center

Jenny Lestarge

Boys and Girls Club

CASA

Circle K

Head Start

Kids on the Move

TLC

 

Bryan Landro

Community Action

Community Clean-up

Goodwill Bikes

Habitat for Humanity

Response

Self-Help Homes