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Announcing ReSEED 3 for SEED Leaders

We're excited to announce our third opportunity for previously trained SEED leaders. ReSEED: Revisit, Renew, Recharge will be a three-day gathering for SEED leaders to reunite at a time when our work in educational equity is as urgently needed as ever. More specifically, we will be working on sharing and developing our facilitation skills both through session planning and through exercises modeling challenging situations during SEED seminars.

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  • Date and time: 12 noon on Friday, July 1, through 12 noon on Sunday, July 3
  • Place: Green Gulch Farm Zen Center, San Francisco, CA
  • Cost: $950/person, which will include food and accommodations (three days and two nights), but not travel costs

Applications are due by April 30, 2016, so that participants can be notified on a rolling basis in order to make travel plans. We do not anticipate being able to accept all applicants. SEED co-directors will select participants based on a review of applications.

A $450 deposit must be made by May 15 with full payment ($950) preferred. Full payments are due by July 15. Full refunds will be made until June 1, after which time the deposit is nonrefundable. Information on how to pay will be sent upon acceptance.

We currently have partial scholarship funds available. Please indicate on the application if you are interested in learning more about these.

We plan to offer a fourth ReSEED in the fall. If the July 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.

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