Our Campus Leadership Programme puts students at the heart of interfaith engagement.

CCJ appoints and supports Student Leaders to create student-led interfaith initiatives which meet the needs of their universities.

 

Apply here to be a 2018/9 CCJ Student Leader at your university

 

  • Student Leaders meet with Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

 

We offer our Student Leaders:

  • Free training residential with a focus on leadership skills, interfaith event planning and managing difficult issues on campus.
  • Funding, support and speakers for student-led interfaith events.
  • Mentoring by a local interfaith leader.
  • Networking opportunities
  • National and local event invitations
  • International travel and study opportunities.

At the end of the academic year our Student Leaders will leave the scheme equipped with the skills to become future leaders in their community and with an invitation to join an alumni network of interfaith activists around the country. Through CCJ our former Student Leaders have won awards for their interfaith projects, discussed the impact of political proposals with Lord Bourne, Minister for Faith, and met with CCJ’s Presidents including the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Chief Rabbi to discuss faith on campus.

 

2018-9

For the 2018-9 academic year CCJ will be working in Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Durham, Edinburgh, Leeds, Oxford and Sussex. If you would like to get involved with events at your university apply above or contact Katharine.

 

More details about the programme can be found here or you can contact Katharine, our Campus Leadership Manager.