Sprituality and Sexuality Workshop Application

Thank you for your interest in the Spirituality and Sexuality Retreat from Friday, January 31st to Sunday February 2nd. If accepted to attend this retreat, a $10 non refundable cash deposit is required.

On this retreat, we aim to re-claim the spiritual identity as central to the human and LGBT experience, and explore the expansive overlap between spirituality and sexuality --- delving into our own traditions, different traditions, and learning more about ourselves in the process. We hope to return to campus with a strong base of multi- and inter-faith queer and allied students who will continue to partner together to mine the intersection of these important and connected aspects of human experience.

WORKSHOP APPLICATION DEADLINE IS DECEMBER 1ST, 2013. ANY APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THAT TIMESTAMP WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
The Spirituality and Sexuality Retreat facilitators do not guarantee that your workshop proposal will be selected. Workshops are selected through a thorough review process. Because you have submitted and were selected to present a workshop at the Spirituality and Sexuality Retreat in the past does not guarantee your workshop application will be selected again this year. Selection is solely at the discretion of the workshops committee and retreat steering committee.

Sponsored by the Office of Religious Life, USC Hillel, Jewish Federation of Los Angeles, Queer & Ally Student Assembly, Jewish Alliance for GLBT's & Straights, and LGBT Resource Center.

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