Student Interfaith Coordinators
What are Interfaith Coordinators?
Interfaith Coordinators are current Puget Sound students who receive a mentorship scholarship reflecting their leadership and interest in being involved at the intersection of religious, spiritual, and/or ethical systems with issues of social justice, intercultural and civic engagement, and other structures of personal or social life on campus and beyond.
The mentorship includes a $2,000 scholarship per semester and the opportunity to work in direct partnership with the team of interfaith advisors under the leadership of University Chaplain Dave Wright '96. Interfaith Coordinators are involved in the full range of programs sponsored by the Center for Intercultural and Civic Engagement, support major annual or seasonal campus events raising awareness about religious diversity at Puget Sound, and have the opportunity to develop their own events, programs, and resources for the campus community. Interfaith Coordinators are expected to work 5-8 hours each week, and receive $2000 in scholarship each semester.
The Interfaith Coordinator Mentorship will be awarded through the Spiritual and Religious Life Scholarships common application.
Applications no longer being accepted.
Recipients for 2015-2016 will be notified no later than the end of April.