2020 Building Your Home Apothecary --student application DUE JAN 31, 2020
Hi, thanks for your interest in the class. Every year we have 4x as many applicants as we have spots, so we ask you to take a moment now and consider if you're able to make the time commitment to the class this year. The class runs March - November and the time is commitment is 1 Sunday / month, 1 Wednesday evening per month, and 2-4 hours of garden or apothecary work shift time per month. There are also homework assignments that add 2-3 hours of work outside class time per month. Because this class is a community project, we expect everyone to contribute as they are able, and to that end, you have a high expectation for class attendance. We ask that you miss no more than one Sunday and one Wednesday evening. We also understand that people have circumstances beyond their control in their busy lives - that's cool.

We have tentative dates that we will finalize by the time we get back to you in February, so no we don't know exact dates yet. If you are worried about scheduling conflicts, you can make a note of that in your application.

Please fill out as much as possible, thanks! We will get back to you early February.
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Age (we are intentionally creating an inclusive class) *
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Where do you live? Where are you from? *
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Are you a SW Philly resident? For how long?
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What is your racial background? (We are intentionally creating a racially inclusive class)
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Any prior experience with herbalism? alternative healing modalities? If so, what? *
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Any prior experience with gardening? land management or stewardship? If so, what? *
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What skills would be bringing to this community project adventure? For example, any experience with community organizing? DIY organizing? group projects? *
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Why are you interested in this course? What are you hoping to get out of it? *
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This course is geared towards supporting social, racial, and environmental justice movements. How do you see herbalism relating to those movements? *
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We offer a scholarship to people of color with financial need. We do this to address the white washing of herbalism; we do this to address the stolen healing practices from people of color by white folks; we do this to address systemic inequalities that affect income. The scholarship covers either 25% or 50% of the tuition costs. If you are person of color with financial need and you would like a scholarship, all you need to do is click yes and you got it. *
If you said yes to a scholarship, what price point are you able to pay for tuition?
Any support you think you may need from us? Do you have physical limitations? Do you need a ride to class?
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We provide childcare if needed, but we need to organize it well in advance. Will you be needing childcare?
Do you have access to a car? (Just trying to organize carpools if needed)
Are you interested in more information about volunteering in the history botanic garden at Bartram's Garden with Mandy Katz?
How did you hear about the course? *
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Have you applied for this course before?
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