Get connected outside of the classroom!
Current members have the opportunity to volunteer, serve on our Advisory Board, and get involved in Special Interest Groups (SIGs).
Volunteering is a great way to support the Osher Institute and engage with other members. Ways to volunteer with the Institute include:
- Serving as a greeter before class
- Distributing Osher catalogs across the Treasure Valley
- Being a Special Interest Group (SIG) leader
- Joining our curriculum, scholarship, travel, or volunteer committee
Due to COVID-19, the Osher Institute will not be utilizing volunteers during the fall semester. If you are interested in volunteering in future semesters, please fill out the online Volunteer Interest Form.
The Osher Institute Advisory Board is drawn from the membership and provides assistance to the Institute director.
The Advisory Board supports the Osher Institute by acting as advisers and advocates of its mission, promoting a vibrant learning community, and furthering the educational and public engagement goals of the Institute and Boise State University.
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are member-led opportunities for learning and engagement outside of the classroom. Areas of interest include hiking in the foothills, memoir writing, genealogy, and more.
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) will not take place during the fall 2020 semester. We look forward to SIG meetings resuming in spring 2021 if the global health climate allows it.
If you are interested in starting your own SIG, please contact the Osher Institute at
(208) 426-6554 or firstname.lastname@example.org.