ReSEED 8, for previously trained SEED leaders, will be held April 12 to 14, 2019, in Seattle, Washington.
Equity work continues to be critical in schools, organizations, and communities, and we look forward to working with SEED leaders to hone their skills further. If you have completed New Leaders Week, we invite you to consider joining us at ReSEED to revisit, renew, recharge, and recommit to working for a more just community.
The cost for ReSEED is $1,400/person, which will include food and accommodations (three days and two nights) but not travel costs.
Rolling admissions will start immediately, and we recommend that you apply sooner rather than later. We do not anticipate being able to accept all applicants. We cap our ReSEED sessions at 25 people so we can work in depth with each of our trained leaders. SEED co-directors will select participants based on a review of applications.
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS JANUARY 7, 2019.
A $600 deposit must be made by January 15, 2019. This is nonrefundable unless the spot is filled by another participant. Full payment of the remaining $800 is due by February 15, 2019, and that part is refundable through March 1, 2019. Information on how to pay will be sent upon acceptance.
We currently have limited partial scholarship funds of up to $800 available. Please indicate on your application if you are interested in learning more about these.
If this session time does not work for you but you are interested in a future session, please let us know and we will keep you posted.
ReSEED attendees have told us what the event has meant to them:
ReSEED was a reliving of one of the most inspirational weeks of my life, where my passion for equity was validated, enriched, and lifted to a higher level of commitment. This came at an important point in my life as an educator, mom, and community member. I feel refreshed and revitalized. What worked was being brought back to the role of participant, with the ability to see into the facilitator experience through generous transparency.
A re-awakening to SEED principles that I really needed as I begin my 4th year facilitating a SEED group. Rejuvenating!
ReSEED has been an opportunity to refresh my personal and facilitator experience — a deepening of both reflection and practice to use in my SEED group and a deepening of my understanding and appreciation of myself and others.
It both reminded us of what we had already learned (and may have forgotten) from New Leaders Week, and added new and innovative topics and strategies.
Transformative! Challenging! Rejuvenating! Being in community with experienced SEED facilitators has provided inspiration and, more importantly, tools to take back to my school to revamp my program.
A tremendously worthwhile experience. I have been re-energized and empowered. I have a renewed commitment to the work.