Interfaith Fellows

Program Overview

The Office of Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life has developed the Interfaith Fellows program. Fellows are a group of undergraduate students who work closely with the Director for Religious, Spiritual and Ethical Life and receive training in interfaith leadership skills. They facilitate interfaith engagement opportunities for other students by planning several programs and developing peer education resources. Fellows meet weekly with the Director as an intentional learning community.

Current Fellows

The Spring 2020 cohort of Interfaith Fellows is comprised of eight students. They come from Bahá’í, Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim backgrounds. To follow the programs and resources developed by the Interfaith Fellows, check out the Religious, Spiritual & Ethical Life Facebook page.

Funding

This opportunity was made possible by funding from the Interfaith Youth Core.

For more information

Please contact Callista Isabelle, Director for Religious, Spiritual & Ethical Life.