It Starts with Knowing
When you look around you, there’s a good chance you’ll see religious and worldview diversity. Wherever that diversity exists, you’re also pretty likely to see some misunderstanding, tension, and conflict, too.
We’re here to help you navigate that. Every day IFYC offers ways to build your interfaith literacy and learn to connect with different people around common values. Whether you’re interested in exploring other worldviews or want to launch projects on your campus to advance interfaith cooperation, we offer the opportunities for you to build core skills and knowledge.
Opportunities include everything from online guides and resources, to forum discussions and online small groups, to in-person trainings on your campus and around the country.
Explore These Learning Opportunities and Get Started Today
Online Guides & Resources
Browse IFYC’s library of free online resources for students. These are based on the real-world experiences of interfaith leaders across IFYC’s student network. They’re short, easy to use, and cover everything from the basics of interfaith cooperation to the smartest ideas for high-impact interfaith work on campus.
Get Trained at the Interfaith Leadership Institute
Join aspiring leaders from around the country at this three-day gathering where diverse students receive training to engage diverse faiths and worldviews and build the interfaith movement on campus and beyond.
Test Your Interfaith Literacy
How much do you know about the role of interfaith cooperation in American life? Take this 10 question quiz to find out.
Attend a Regional Leadership Gathering
Grow your leadership skills and network by meeting with other interfaith leaders in your region. This year, there are 13 gatherings happening on campuses across the country, covering everything from storytelling to best practices for dialogue to intersections with social justice.
Knowledge Toolkit for Religious Literacy
Learn about some of the less appreciated or misunderstood traditions. This compilation of information will help you hone your religious literacy and hopefully gain some appreciative knowledge in the process.