Student Ran Business
One semester in the business program at Brigham Young University - Idaho is known as the Integrated Business Program (IBC). This is where students are organized into teams to build a business and run it throughout the semester. Our business decided to detail cars in the dead of winter. I was nominated to be in charge of the Human Resources department where I worked real close with other leaders in the Company. Where we outlined the day to day operations. I was in charge of providing training for 28 students, scheduling schedules for everyone and any legal forms that were to protect the company. Our company set new records, we broke-even faster than any other company in the history of the business program.
Human Resource Society
Another leadership position I had was serving as Vice-President of the Human Resources Society at BYU-Idaho. In this capacity, I was in charge of finding guest speakers and invite them come to campus and enlighten our minds about the world of HR. Since BYU-Idaho does not have a bachelors degree in HR, we primarily focused on educating the student body about what HR really is. Our guest speakers who are industry experts from around the area would travel miles to come meet the eager minds at school. Their topics varied from HR management, Employment Law, Recruitment and Selection, Employee Development and Performance Management.
The first semester here at school, I was called to serve as Activities Directors over a geographical area. The purpose of this position was to bring the citizens in the area closer together through worthwhile and wholesome activities. We had events such as Luau's. 1920's Mafia dinners, talent shows and bbq's.