Upcoming Online Programs

Browse through our upcoming online opportunities

Three-Part Series: Accommodating and Welcoming Religious Diversity

October 10th, November 7th, and November 28th
Best for: Campus Professionals, Educators, Administrators

How can you best understand the needs of your students and create a truly welcoming campus? Learn to create welcoming spaces for worldview diversity in this three-part virtual workshop series throughout fall 2017. Speakers will include educators from colleges and universities across the country, as well as IFYC staff.

Leading Student Interfaith Groups

October 23rd through November 10th, 2017
best for: current undergraduate students

Whether you’re a current student group leader or aspire to be one, hone your skills in campus organizing. Over the course of three weeks, gain new skills and build great relationships in a cohort of 10-15 students. We'll cover topics specific to leading a student group and at the end, participants will receive a small stipend to do an on-campus action.

Campus Interfaith Inventory: Report from Year 1

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
best for: campus professionals, educators, administrators

In spring 2017, IFYC launched the groundbreaking new Campus Interfaith Inventory, a close examination of what colleges and universities are doing to address various issues of religious diversity, inclusion, and leadership development. Join us to learn about Year 1 findings and learn how you can participate in the next round of the Inventory in Spring 2018.

Including Evangelical Students in Interfaith Work

October 26th and November 2nd

We’ll offer two versions of this webinar: one specifically geared toward Christian-affiliated colleges and universities, and one that will be useful to those at other campuses.

Write to Change the World: The Op-Ed Project

December 7th

This 90 minute interactive online workshop is inspired by The OpEd Project's Write to Change the World seminar. Join us to learn about credibility, persuasion, preaching beyond the choir, and thinking bigger about what you know.