360LI will carry on in the Year of Covid-19 through an innovative, 6-week online seminar format. See more info below!
Good leaders need a strong foundation. If you are wrestling with questions about what it means to be a Christian in the world today or are worried about facing the upcoming transition to university, Trinity’s 360 Leadership Institute is for you. During your two weeks at 360LI, you will deepen your Christian perspective on the world, build a community of friends, refine your unique voice, and embrace your call to influence the world for Christ.
|For Students aged 15–18|
|College Credit Included|
|Highly Respected Faculty|
|Outstanding College Mentors|
|Scholarships Awarded for College|
|Online Seminars | Understand Christian Thought and Calling|
|Innovative Projects | Dig Deeply into the Foundations of Your Faith|
Develop as a Leader Through Interviews & Application
|Online Small Groups| Explore Who God Created You to Be|
|Habits | Grow Closer to God Through Teaching and Practice|
|Track #1 | Foundations of Christian Thinking and Living|
|Track #2 | Philosophical Applications|
When: June 15–July 20, 2020
Where: In your own home and in your own community!
Cost: Registration & deposit after April 1: $700
($200 deposit required)
Registration Deadline: NOW June 12, 2020!
Rooming: Trinity Residence Halls
Includes: 3-hours of college credit; 1:1 meetings with professors and coaches; weekly discover/extension/application projects and activities
$150 missionary kid discount
$150 returning camper discount
$150 sibling discount
$100 TIU faculty recommendation discount
$100 NSP leader discount
Need-based and TIU/TEDS student/faculty discounts available upon application
Chris Firestone. Dr. Firestone is currently professor and chair of the Philosophy department. He worked to develop the “Trinity Debates” and leads annual outreach trips to Eastern Europe. He is a member of the American Academy of Religion, the Society of Christian Philosophers, and the American Philosophy Association.
Kristin Lindholm. Dr. Lindholm teaches human communication n a variety of contexts. She has co-authored several papers and book chapters, and received four awards for her achievements in education. She is a member of the National Communication Association.
Taylor Worley. Dr. Worley serves as both a faculty member and administrator of spiritual life for students, focusing on enabling students to see how their gifts and passions can be leveraged for greater impact in the kingdom of God.