The 2017-18 academic year saw over 500 students and 100 educators attend regional gatherings across 88 campuses.
Below is a list of our current grantees and partnerships for the 2018-19 academic year.
Upcoming Regional Gatherings
POWER University Interfaith Training
March 16th, 2019
In partnership with POWER and IFYC, Cabrini University invites students, faculty, and staff for a day of interfaith organizing and leadership skills training. Participants will take part in trainings facilitated by POWER and IFYC staff to identify resources and challenges in their community and put their interfaith leadership skills into action.
New Story Festival
March 29-31st, 2019
IFYC will be supporting a new interfaith storytelling event entitled New Story Festival that is taking place on the campus of Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas. IFYC will be hosting two workshops on the foundation of interfaith leadership and the importance of storytelling.
Interfaith Leadership Lab Empowering Global-minded Peacemakers
Westminster College - Utah
March 29-30th, 2019
Westminster College is excited to continue the tradition of interfaith conferences in Utah. Their conference invites everyone to reflect on the connections between interfaith collaboration and peacemaking processes.
April 4-6th, 2019
Luther College is hosting a 3 day conference designed to connect students and educators from across Iowa and southern Minnesota. IFYC will be providing trainings on Interfaith Leadership and Storytelling on Saturday.
Mobilizing Our Stories
Westminster College - Missouri
April 5-6th, 2019
Join us in central Missouri at Westminster College. This day and a half long conference will focus on crafting stories to constructively engage with different worldviews and learn creative, practical strategies to intervene in situations of conflict to reduce harm and build relationships.
Interfaith Leadership Gathering
University of Wisconsin, Madison Campus
April 5-6th, 2019
The Center for Religion and Global Citizenry invites participants to consider the important role of interfaith dialogue in our society, to network with midwestern colleges and universities, and to gain skills and ideas for successful programs for their respective campuses.
Engaging Across Faiths in a Health Care Setting Year 2
Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane
April 6th, 2019
Building on the success of last year’s gathering, Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane plans to bring together students in Eastern Washington to prepare them to be interfaith leaders within their future medical careers.