Center for Interfaith Cooperation

Hoosiers of Many Faiths in Community

IRSC’s Katey Humphries

Katie Humphreys is a first year IRSC team member whose host site is Exodus Refugee, where she organizes and implements Cultural Orientation


IRSC’s Liz Thompson

Every semester Liz tracks 150 Butler students serving at approximately 10 sites. She directly oversees three sites that work with the immigrant and refugee community:


Immigrant Refugee Service Corps

The Immigrant & Refugee Service Corps, an AmeriCorps program hosted by CIC, mobilizes community support to increase services to newcomers and others in Central Indiana. IRSC members took the lead in formulating the Ethnic Self-Help


Ben Leslie, IRSC Program Director

Ben is responsible for recruiting, training, evaluating, and facilitating the service of 12 AmeriCorps members while reporting progress on increasing access to health and healthcare for immigrants and refugees


Counseling services are crucial for Indy’s immigrant community

Damaris Franco is serving at Christian Theological Seminary’s counseling center as an AmeriCorps member for the Center for Interfaith Cooperation's Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps.


Don’t miss our events for Spirit & Place (and more!)

Spirit & Place is starting. CIC and the Immigrant Refugee Service Corps are organizing some can't-miss events.


Beyond Perceptions: Immigration

November 12th — A month-long project pairing young artists & foreign-born adults to exchange stories about immigration, & create art related to these journeys.


IRSC AmeriCorps Service Opportunity

CIC’s Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps has been renewed for its third year! The 10 member AmeriCorps program provides a platform to assist and learn from new Americans in our community. We serve to communicate


IRSC in the New Year

By Lyndsay Crespo It’s the beginning of a new year, and for many people, that means new goals to achieve, new ideas to explore, and new experiences to grow from. For us involved with the


IRSC: Introduction

On September 10th, CIC welcomed ten new Americorps members for training as the Immigrant and Refugee Service Corps. [one_half]I am one of them serving here at the Center for Interfaith Cooperation. We are currently serving