Multifaith Leadership Training

Deadline extended to May 15, 2022!

MnMN is accepting applications for Multifaith Leadership Training
The Minnesota Multifaith Network (MnMN) is partnering with the Jay Phillips Center for Interreligious Studies at the University of St. Thomas to conduct a joint student and community Interfaith Fellows program. MnMN is now accepting applications to be one of five non-student community Interfaith Fellows from Minnesota, who will join five student Interfaith Fellows from the University of St. Thomas, to co-learn Interfaith Leadership. This opportunity is for persons interested in strengthening interfaith relations and cooperation in the broader community. No prior experience is expected.

Description
The program begins Fall 2022 and features curriculum from the Interfaith Youth Core. Topics may include the following and are to be determined by the seminar participants:

  • Key Concepts to Interfaith Leadership
  • Identity of an Interfaith Leader
  • Cultivating Appreciative Knowledge
  • Historical Examples of Interfaith Cooperation
  • Ethics and Theologies of Interfaith
  • Other

There will be six online Zoom sessions during the 2022-23 year, concluding with a public workshop in the spring – which will involve local scholars, experts, trainers, and leaders. Each participant will receive an all-inclusive honorarium ($400 each) to put towards attending the six online sessions and travel/lodging for a face-to-face workshop, open to the public, on the St. Paul campus of the University of St. Thomas.

Apply by May 15, 2022

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