Since its inception in 2004, MLN has had many valuable volunteers who have advanced the program continuously to the present.
The volunteer is accepted to participate when he / she shows a willingness to participate in teaching to stimulate the learning potential of students attending the MLN.
They can also participate in the design of new programs, social media, and help in the classes of Logan High School or any of the participating schools in different districts
Donations should be done through the school districts who will manage the account
One important service USU Cooperative Extensions, is provide the Multicultural Learning Network, and its community education work, to the local school districts, colleges and universities, the Consulate of México in Salt Lake City, Centro de la Familia de Utah, Latinos in Action, the Work Force Service, the local Health Department, community education organizations like United Way and community financing institutions like banks and as well.