Better Together Days | IFYC Alumni

IFYC ALUMNI

Better Together Days are not just for college and university students. IFYC Alumni can participate as well! Last year, we had a number of social gatherings and service projects hosted by alums. If you are considering joining in on the festivities, here are a few ideas and don't forget to tell us what you're planning in the form below, too!

  • Plan an event in your community to move your interfaith leadership beyond campus and help your community see the good in one another across lines of difference. Get in touch to bounce ideas and get funding to support your event!​

  • Host a gathering and meet the other IFYC Alumni in your city! Attend or organize a get together with people who've been through IFYC training just like you, and IFYC will pay for it. Get in touch to start organizing or to get details for gatherings already planned.

Looking for other ways to get involved with the IFYC Alumni Network? Explore the IFYC Alumni Network  to learn about exciting opportunities for professional development, leadership growth, and how to connect with a growing network of peers across the country. And if you know current undergraduate students who would be interested in coming to the ILI, consider nominating them for a free registration (limit 2 per alum).

NEXT STEPS FOR YOUR CAMPUS:
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TELL US WHAT
YOU DID

Fill out the post-event survey to be eligible to win free registrations to the 2019 ILI.

PHOTO ALBUM

Check out our growing album of what folks have done for Better Together Days. Send us your photos and we'll feature them!

ATTEND THE ILI

The Interfaith Leadership Institute (ILI) gathers diverse students, staff, and faculty from campuses across the country to learn how to make interfaith cooperation a priority on your campus.

A PROJECT OF INTERFAITH YOUTH CORE

Better Together Days is a national week of action headed by Interfaith Youth Core, a national nonprofit working towards an America where people of different faiths, worldviews, and traditions can bridge divides and find common values to build a shared life together. A society where interfaith cooperation is the norm.

Have questions? Email us at students@ifyc.org.