Sweet Tree Fellowship Application 2020
THE SWEET TREE FELLOWSHIP is an opportunity to expand and build knowledge in arts education. Participants will engage in the collaborative teaching and learning processes of Sweetland School. Critical components include creative thinking, arts integration, documentation process, community involvement, and student-centered learning and leading through hands on experiences. Ongoing sharing of the arts and ideas will build creative confidence with and for young people so they can dream bigger and create their future. Not only will the selected fellows be a part of a strong collective of like-minded artists and educators but they will also receive personal coaching and mentorship from accomplished trailblazers in their respective art and education fields.

If you are an educator, teaching artist, artist and believe that the arts can make a difference, here is an opportunity for you to be a leader in your community.

This Sweet Tree program is in partnership with Slam out Loud, based in Delhi, India. Fellows in both programs will have opportunities to learn together. Learn more at https://slamoutloud.com.

This application is to better understand what motivates you to be a part of the Sweet Tree Fellowship and how that can further the cause. We look forward to getting to know more about you and your work!

Please contact Argy Nestor with any questions or ideas at anestor@sweettreearts.org
1. Email address *
2. First name *
3. Last name *
4. Phone number *
5. Full mailing address *
6. What motivates you to join Sweet Tree Fellowship? Minimum 500 words *
7. The fellowship requires a year long commitment which begins with the 2-day workshop in August and includes monthly check ins, a semester long online winter course and a spring personal project. Are you willing to make this commitment? (Each fellow will create a plan with their mentor to accommodate their personal commitments). *
8. What are you currently doing? *
9. Add details of your current role. Please mention your year of graduation/experience, name of college/organization and course/ profile or work you do. *
10. What art form are you most comfortable with? *
11. Which art form is out of your comfort zone?
Clear selection
12. Have you taught/facilitated/worked with children? *
Required
13. If you answered yes to number 12, what age group and what is your preferred age group. Minimum 100 words
14. How do you facilitate teaching/learning opportunities? Minimum 250 words *
15. What does 'having a voice, choice, and creativity' mean to you? Minimum 200 words *
16. What would you say has been your greatest accomplishment? Minimum 200 words *
17. What does being a 'life-long learner' mean to you? Minimum 100 words *
18. On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate yourself on 'self motivation'? *
19. On a scale of 1 to 5, how do you rate yourself on 'follow-through' and 'commitment'? *
20. On a scale of 1 to 5, how do you rate yourself on 'collaboration'? *
21. What have you noticed are challenges that get in the way of you doing your best work? Minimum 200 words
22. When you are engaging in the creative process what is the one thing such that in doing everything else is easier or unnecessary? Minimum 100 words
23. How did you learn about the Sweet Tree Arts / Slam Out Loud Fellowship? *
24. Provide images, links and/or videos that are examples of your art, teaching and/or art of your students. *
25. Share any questions/ thoughts/ ideas that you'd like.
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