Upcoming Online Programs
Resumes and Cover Letters: How to Showcase Your Interfaith Experience
This one hour virtual workshop will cover how resumes and cover letters can set you up for success in a new job or internship. We’ll also discuss how your interfaith experience can help you get your foot in the door.
Three-Part Series: Accommodating and Welcoming Religious Diversity
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
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.
In ambiguous situations, people often aren’t sure how to act and so they do nothing for fear of looking foolish – this is the Bystander Effect. But bystanders can play a crucial role in preventing escalating tension and conflict. In this 3-week cohort, you’ll learn how to identify moments of religious intolerance and appropriate actions to take.
Campus Interfaith Inventory: Report from Year 1
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
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
This interactive online workshop is inspired by The OpEd Project's Write to Change the World seminar, in which participants explore the source of credibility; the patterns and elements of persuasion; the difference between being “right” and being effective; how to preach beyond the choir; and how to think bigger about what you know—to have more impact in the