INTF 101 Foundations of Interfaith Leadership
Sold By: Interfaith America
INTF 101 Foundations of Interfaith Leadership provides a roadmap for developing (or continuing to develop) the vision, knowledge, and skills required to contribute to the realization of a truly interfaith America.
Interfaith America awards a professional Certificate in Interfaith Leadership to learners who both 1) complete this five-hour, online course AND 2) attend the onsite Interfaith Leadership Summit in Chicago, August 12-14, 2022.* Once you complete this course and attend a Summit, you’ll receive instructions for syncing your digital certificate with your LinkedIn profile.
* If you are unable to attend an Interfaith Leadership Summit in person, please contact Interfaith America for information about virtual alternatives.
Skills: Civil Dialogue, Community Engagement, Cultural Literacy, Diversity & Inclusion, Empathy, Interfaith Cooperation, Religious Literacy, Resilience
Time: 5 hours of online coursework plus attendance at Interfaith Leadership Summit to earn a non-credit professional certificate in interfaith leadership
Level: High School, College, Graduate, Professional Development
What is interfaith leadership? What does it take? What’s its impact? What does excellent interfaith leadership look like? Through this interactive, self-paced course, you’ll explore these questions and more. Ideal both for learners who are new to interfaith leadership and for experienced interfaith leaders who would like a stronger foundation for their work, this course provides a roadmap for developing (or continuing to develop) the vision, knowledge, and skills required to contribute to the realization of a truly interfaith America.
- Meet an Interfaith Leader
- Define Key Terms
- Find Your Roots
- See the Goal
- Recognize the Vision Casters
- Know Others and the Past
- Know What Matters
- Build Your Skill Set
- Watch Leaders in Action
- Bringing It All Together
Interfaith America is a non-profit organization that inspires, equips, and connects leaders and institutions to unlock the potential of America’s religious diversity.