In addition to regular classes held at Brigham Young University during the spring and summer terms, BYU provides a variety of continuing education opportunities for young and old alike. Following are links to a few of these BYU-hosted opportunities for professional and personal development. We hope to see you on campus over the next few months!
Especially for Youth (several five-day sessions, beginning May 29): The purpose of EFY is to strengthen youth (ages 14-18) by providing inspiring, edifying learning opportunities and wholesome social experiences. EFY can be a great first exposure to BYU's campus! In addition to EFY, there are a host of other youth-focused camps that address academic, performing arts, and religious interests. There's something for everyone!
Education Week (August 21-25): Attended by nearly 20,000 people annually, BYU Education Week offers more than 1,000 classes on a variety of subjects, including education, religion, marriage and family, the arts, history, genealogy, communication, youth classes, and much more. The program is designed primarily for adults, although everyone age 14 and older is welcome!
BYU Sports Camps (beginning in May): BYU Athletics is committed to a long tradition of hosting world-class sports camps that offer athletic excellence and wholesome fun. With over 70 different camps and clinics available, BYU offers more sports camp choices than any other university in the country.
Other BYU-Hosted Conferences and Workshops: The Department of Conferences and Workshops provides an assembly of classes, workshops, certifications, camps, and other personal/professional development opportunities for participants of various backgrounds and ages. Review the website to see if there’s a meaningful professional/personal enrichment course of study for you!