Religions & Identities
2022 Interfaith Leadership Summit|What is the Interfaith Leadership Summit? The Interfaith Leadership Summit is the largest gathering of students and educators with a commitment to American religious pluralism. Each year, hundreds of people who care about the future of our religiously diverse society converge to learn, train, share, and get inspired to bring the movement for interfaith cooperation back to their campuses and communities. Over the course of three days, participants learn to bridge divides and forge friendships across lines of religious and worldview differences. For the 2022 Summit, we are excited to gather in-person while still offering a virtual component on ReligionAndPublicLife.org. Come to the Summit with the passion to bring people together, and leave equipped with the knowledge and skills to make it happen. Who is the Interfaith Leadership Summit for? Any undergraduate student, graduate student, or educator at an undergraduate college or university within the United States is eligible to attend the Interfaith Leadership Summit. Email email@example.com if you have questions or want to talk with an Interfaith America staff member.$75
INTF 101 Foundations of Interfaith Leadership| Paperback|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
Scholarships AvailableFor a limited time, we are delighted to offer full scholarships for learners interested in boosting their interfaith leadership skills. Enter scholarship code “interfaithfoundations100” in the bookstore cart to receive a full scholarship.
INTF 1101 Interfaith Foundations for Emerging Leaders| Paperback|The following course is an invite-only course for members of Interfaith America’s Emerging Leaders Network. In this short, self-paced, interactive course, you’ll explore the foundations of interfaith leadership: What is interfaith leadership? What’s its impact? What does excellent interfaith leadership look like? What’s our goal? Upon completion of this course (and a short survey), you’ll become part of something very special: a network of over 2,000 fellow leaders working toward the realization of a truly interfaith America. Welcome. We’re so glad you’re here. Interfaith America is a non-profit organization that inspires, equips, and connects leaders and institutions to unlock the potential of America’s religious diversity. Interfaith America’s Emerging Leaders Network inspires, equips, and connects members of our network and the institutions they serve. We equip our leaders to make an impact with grants and learning resources. We inspire by sharing stories of Emerging Leaders creating change in their communities. Finally, we connect our leaders with each other through convenings and fellowships.$0
REL 2130 #Interfaith: Engaging Religious Diversity Online| Paperback|Interfaith Youth Core invites you to be part of a new generation of interfaith leaders who understand the power of the Internet, appreciate how it can be used to promote understanding across lines of difference, and are fully trained to maximize the impact of the technology for the common good. Skills: Civil Dialogue, Community Engagement, Cultural Literacy, Diversity & Inclusion, Empathy, Interfaith Cooperation, Media Literacy, Religious Literacy, Resilience Time: Non-Credit: 6 hours for Professional Certificate Level: High School, College, Graduate, Professional Development Scholarship: For a limited time, we are delighted to offer full scholarships for learners interested in boosting their digital interfaith leadership skills. Enter scholarship code #Interfaith100 in the Bookstore cart to receive a full scholarship.
REL 2130 Course Pack A|In this course packet, you will consider five reasons why it is important to engage religious diversity online and explore how interfaith leadership translates from in-person to online contexts.Suggested Donation: $10