SEED engages teachers, college faculty, parents, community leaders, and other professionals to create gender fair, multiculturally equitable, socio-economically aware, and globally informed education, communities, and workplaces.

SEED seminars assist participants in valuing their own voices so they can better value the voices of others.

"SEED is a life-changing program. It is something that simply can't be taught. You have to experience it and live it. It was much more than diversity work. It was life work, hard work, heart work."
—High School Teacher

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Join SEED at the People of Color Conference Next Week

Going to the National Association of Independent Schools People of Color Conference next week in Atlanta, Georgia? Please join SEED Co-director Gail Cruise-Roberson and SEED Staff Member Patricia Matos of Greenwich Country Day School for a session titled "One of Few, Representing Many: The Cognitive Dissonance of People of Color in Independent Schools," and meet fellow SEED leaders and friends for a social gathering.

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Applications Now Available for 2017 SEED New Leaders Week

The application for the 2017 SEED New Leaders Week and the 2017-18 SEED Project year is now available at the SEED website!

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ReSEED 4 for Trained SEED Leaders: Apply Now!

We're excited to announce that the next ReSEED, for previously trained SEED leaders, will be January 14-16, 2017, in conjunction with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday. The MLK weekend has traditionally been a time when SEED staff gathered to build community and begin the planning for New Leaders Week. ReSEED 4 has a theme in keeping with Dr. King's writing: Where do we go from here?

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— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia