The Multi-Faith Centre Internship Program provides structured learning opportunities to examine the role of religion and religious actors in society; explore questions of identity, culture and community and engage in personal and collective processes of discerning life purpose and meaning through sustained study of the interconnections between spirituality and social justice. Interns will have an opportunity to develop a related project with the mentorship of Multi-Faith Centre staff.
Full-time undergraduate or graduate student must be available for one academic year, September to March.
How The Program Works
- Plan, develop, implement and lead a minimum of 3 interfaith projects a year, teaming with other Interns.
- Support student clubs with joint programming engaged in questions of religion, faith, spirituality and social justice
- Attending weekly meetings team meetings and hold regular office hours at the Multi-Faith Centre.
Read the full position description on the CLNx.
What Students Are Saying3 votes
I would like to extend my heart-felt gratitude for providing me with excellent opportunities to be involved in and lead community service projects. I thoroughly enjoyed carrying out and leading all of these projects. Thank you for the incredibly outstanding experience.