This resource summarizes research findings into the following five learnings:
- Employers from diverse professional sectors express the value of employees who are
equipped with interfaith skill sets and competencies.
- There is a lack of expertise and training within the workforce about how to directly address
religious and philosophical diversity, despite the fact that employers find this skill set to
- While participating in curricular or co-curricular interfaith programs, undergraduate students
develop professionally useful skill sets that are both transferable and interfaith-specific.
- Students are able to leverage these skill sets in their résumés in order to make themselves
more competitive in the job market, as well as put their interfaith training to use in their
careers and graduate studies.
- Interfaith skill sets are applicable across a diverse range of professional sectors, and
interfaith training can also help students discern which career paths to pursue.