The Fellows Initiative has developed several key partnerships with organizations that share our vision of inspiring and equipping the emerging generation of leaders for the church, workplace and society. Each of these partners brings unique strengths to our joint mission of advancing God's kingdom through the development of young Christian leaders. If you are interested in becoming a partner with The Fellows Initiative, please contact us.
The Consortium of Christian Study Centers
The Consortium of Christian Study Centers exists to advance the growth and effectiveness of Christian Study Centers at colleges and universities around the world. In pursuit of this mission, CCSC has the following goals: to promote collaboration among Study Centers, to provide mutual stimulation and resources to existing Study Centers, to encourage and support the development of new Study Centers, to raise awareness of the Study Center movement. The Consortium of Christian Study Centers is a source of outstanding university students applying to fellows programs in The Fellows Initiative network. Visit the website.
The Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
The mission of IFWE is to educate and inspire Christians to live out a biblical theology that integrates faith, work, and economics. IFWE is a Christian organization advancing a free and flourishing society by revolutionizing the way people view their work. We believe the bible’s timeless truths about the purpose of our work and how to make wise decisions with all that we’ve been given. When Christians understand and live out the biblical meaning of work, then lives, societies, and nations will be transformed for Christ. IFWE provides educational resources for fellows programs in The Fellows Initiative network. Visit the website.
The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation & Culture
The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation and Culture sets forth the vision that faith shapes vocation, and that shapes culture. It does this through a series of institute initiatives designed to teach, serve and equip for a deeper understanding of common grace for the common good: through partnerships with like-minded organizations and institutions; regular teaching and speaking; and consulting with companies, organizations and institutions. A ministry of McLean Presbyterian Church, the Washington Institute provides educational resources for fellows programs and publishing venues for people in the fellows network. Visit the website.