The Princeton Religious Literacy Program (PRLP)

Welcome to a new semester Princetonians!

Are you looking for professional development opportunities for your resume? Or interested in the role of religion in diversity, equity, and inclusion?

Whether you’re planning for a career in the sciences or humanities, religious literacy is key to a more equitable and inclusive working environment. As future members of a 21st century workforce, understanding the multifaceted role religion plays in social, cultural, political, personal and, above all, professional life will equip you to work and collaborate more effectively in an increasingly diverse and international workforce. 

To that end, the Princeton Religious Literacy Program (PRLP) has opened applications for a 2023-2024 cohort of future undergraduate professionals. Accepted participants will attend small group discussions, enjoy great food, and hear from Princeton Alumni and experts in the study of religion. Students who participate in at least four sessions in the academic year will receive certification from PRLP to add to their resumes. 

Spring workshop topics will include:

  1. Women's Interfaith Stories (Friday, March 29th from 3pm - 4:30pm)
  2. Slavery & Anti-Blackness in Islam (Monday, April 22nd from 4:30pm - 6pm) RSVP for this event here

For more information, contact Rebekah Haigh.