News Highlights Miller Center’s Fellowship Program Featured in Religion News Service

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The real skills that we’re developing here aren’t just faith-based, they are human-based… I think we’re learning how to be better people and better people in conversation with others.


– Nikash Harapanahalli, a Hindu student leader from Georgetown and BILI fellow

The Miller Center for Interreligious Learning & Leadership of Hebrew College recently announced a new partnership with Interfaith America (formerly Interfaith Youth Core) and the expansion of the BILI fellowship program into a national fellowship. As part of the new partnership, our fellows went to Interfaith America’s annual summit in Chicago, Illinois—the largest interfaith gathering of its sort in the world.

Religion News Service national reporter Bob Smietana covered Interfaith America’s annual summit, where he interviewed several of the incoming BILI fellows.

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