Each year Boise State alums, Debbie Kaylor, Career Services director, and Kimber Shaw, associate registrar for Registration and Records, volunteer for B on the Blue. They help students move into their residence halls and find their way around campus during the first week of classes.
“I volunteer because I fell in love with Boise State the first day I stepped on campus a lot of years ago. It was a scary transition for a small-town Idaho girl, but Boise State changed my life in so many positive ways. Campus has grown and changed over the years, but I still love it and am so proud to be a Bronco. I want everyone who steps on campus to feel like they are welcome and that they belong.” said Debbie Kaylor.
“Boise State University and our students are my life passion. I have been at Boise State since 1990 and before that I was a student employee and volunteered in that capacity too. This university contributed to my personal development and identity in a very significant way. It continues to contribute to my professional development. I moved from a very small town about 65 miles away in 1985 to attend Boise State. I was lucky enough to meet faculty, staff and other students early on who would become my mentors and life-long friends. Boise State is my home and if I can be a small part of making that happen for our students, I am all in,” said Kimber Shaw.