Interfaith Leadership Opportunities
The President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge at Stetson University
President's Honor Roll with Distinction in Interfaith Community Service
Opportunities to Serve
Monday, January 19 | Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
Join Americans across the country to honor and celebrate Dr. King's life and legacy by helping neighbors and communities and by promoting his message of equality, social justice, and opportunity for all. Sponsored by the Center for Community Engagement.
About the Challenge
President Barack Obama has emphasized interfaith cooperation and community service as an important way to build understanding between different communities and contribute to the common good. As a result, the White House launched the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge in 2010, an initiative inviting institutions of higher education to commit to a year of interfaith and community service programming on campus.
Interfaith service involves people from different religious and non-religious backgrounds tackling community challenges together--for example, Protestants and Catholics, Hindus and Jews, Muslims and non-believers--all building a Habitat for Humanity house together. Interfaith service impacts specific community challenges, from homelessness to mentoring to the environment, while building social capital and civility.
To receive more information about this opportunity, please contact Lindsey Graves at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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