ReSEED: Revisit, Recharge, Renew
We're excited to announce ReSEED 8, another opportunity for previously trained SEED leaders. ReSEED: Revisit, Renew, Recharge will be a three-day gathering for SEED leaders to reunite and recharge at a time when our work in educational equity is as urgently needed as ever.

Date: April 12-14, 2019
Place: Seattle, WA
Who: SEED leaders who have completed New Leaders Week

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 below 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 (info@nationalseedproject.org) and we will keep you posted.

We appreciate you taking the time to fill in the information below, even though we have you all on record at SEED. We don't always know when you change homes, jobs, or names, so collecting fresh information helps us ensure we're able to stay in touch.

First name *
Please provide your first name.
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Nickname or name you go by (if applicable)
Please provide, if different, your nickname or what you prefer to be called.
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Middle name (if applicable)
Please provide your middle name or initial, if desired.
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Last name *
Please provide your last name.
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Other name (if applicable)
Please provide, if different, the name you went by when you attended SEED New Leaders' Week.
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Work e-mail *
Please provide a work e-mail address
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Home e-mail
Please provide a home e-mail address
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What institution or organization originally sent you to SEED?
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Home phone number *
Please provide your home phone number.
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Work phone number *
Please provide your work phone number.
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Mobile phone number
Please provide your mobile phone number.
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Preferred phone
Please indicate the phone number(s) where you prefer to be contacted about ReSEED.
What year did you attend a SEED New Leaders Week, or what was your cohort? *
Please provide the year (e.g., 2014) or cohort (e.g., SEED 20), as well as location (e.g., California, Minnesota, or New Jersey) that you attended your SEED leaders training. If you attended multiple SEED New Leaders Weeks, please list them here.
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What institution or organization do you currently work for?
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How many SEED seminars have you facilitated? *
Please include any current SEED seminars you are facilitating. A SEED seminar is traditionally eight three-hour sessions held across a school year but is sometimes modified to accommodate specific contextual needs (e.g. meeting in one semester instead of across the entire year).
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Why are you interested in applying to ReSEED? *
What do you hope to gain and take away? What do you hope to bring and share?
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What was the most important facilitation skill you developed through your initial SEED training? *
e.g., using the timer, serial testimony, personal stories, ground rules, balancing shelves and selves
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What was the most important topic or issue you learned about at your initial SEED training? *
e.g., internalized oppression, heterosexism, windows and mirrors, phase theory
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What is a facilitation skill that you would like to process and develop at ReSEED? *
e.g., interrupting, effect beyond SEED, affinity groups, cultivating institutional allies
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What is a difficult topic or issue for you to facilitate that you would like to process personally/professionally in order to strengthen your SEED work? *
e.g., White supremacy and/or White privilege, male privilege and/or reinforcing gender binaries, ally as a verb and/vs. noun
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How do you envision your future equity work? How do you hope ReSEED will impact your effectiveness as an equity agent? *
Please paint a picture of how you and others will know, experience, or even be able to measure the effectiveness of your equity work.
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Please provide the name and email address of a colleague who can speak to your SEED work. *
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Are there any additional points of information that you would like us to know about you as an applicant or topics that you would like us to cover at ReSEED?
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How will you be paying for ReSEED? *
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