The Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life has recently received a grant from Interfaith Youth Core, a national nonprofit that seeks to make interfaith cooperation a vital part of the college experience, to participate in their national "Faith in the Vaccine Ambassador Project." This project aims to recruit a cohort of up to 20 Brown student leaders who are interested in using interfaith cooperation skills to strengthen the vaccination effort and save lives. Students will work in pairs to develop their own plans to address vaccine hesitancy or access to vaccines. Training and support will be provided through Interfaith Youth Core--no prior experience in this work is or religious affiliation is necessary. This project will run from June through December 2021, with an expected weekly commitment of about 4-6 hours. Students will receive a stipend of $1500 for their work. Students studying remotely are welcome to apply. Applications are due Thursday, June 3, at 5 pm. To apply, click here. For more information, please contact [email protected].