SYTT 200: Equity Scholarship Application
Each year, one 50% ($1500) Equity Scholarship is awarded to an aspiring yoga teacher who is a person of color, LGBTQAI+, or living with a diagnosed disability. If registrations surpass 12 participants, a second, $1000 scholarship becomes available.
Scholarships are awarded 30 days prior to the start date of any SYTT200 program. Please submit applications before then. Scholarships are awarded on a first come, first receive basis. If multiple applications are received, the SYTT faculty will select a recipient based on financial need and ability to pay it forward in their community.
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He / Him
They / Them
I am applying for this scholarships as a:
Person of Color
Differently Abled Person
How did you first hear about this program?
An event with Karina online
I met Karina in yoga teacher training program, or on a retreat
A Sangha Yoga Institute newsletter
Level of Financial Access
I earn, or have access to $18,000 per year ($1500/mo), or less
I earn, or have access to $24,000 per year ($2000/mo), or less
I earn, or have access to $36,000 per year ($3000/mo) or less
What does yoga mean to you? How has it impacted your life?
How do you plan to serve your community as a certified yoga teacher? Do you intend to create access for a certain population?
Please tell us anything else about yourself that will help us understand why you seeking this scholarship. What do you want us to know about you, your life, passions, financial situation?
If you are applying as a Differently Abled person, please inform us about your disability. Karina may want to speak with you prior to the training to make sure we understand your learning style or limitations.
If you are awarded this scholarship, how will you pay for the remaining tuition? (after the $250 application)
I will pay the remaining balance of $1250 in full on the first day of training
I will need to make two payments of $650, one in October & one in April (+$50 admin fee)
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