NVC Scholarship Application Form
Please complete this form to request a scholarship for the Living Peace Retreat or the BayNVC Immersion Program.
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Please share a bit about yourself *
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Have you read the financial information provided in the information packet for this program, which describes our needs-based approach to money? (Info Packet Link: http://bit.ly/BIPInfoPacket2019) *
Would you consider fundraising and/or a payment plan in order to make a contribution equal or closer to the amount requested? *
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If you selected "fundraising" or "payment plan" please briefly describe the fundraising goals and/or payment plan you're thinking of.
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Tuition for the Living Peace Retreat is offered on a sliding scale from $1400-$750. What amount would be sustainable for you to contribute toward tuition costs?
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Room & board for the 2020 Living Peace Retreat is offered on a sliding scale. Which room & board options would you be willing to consider? Check all that apply
What amount would be sustainable for you to contribute to room & board costs for the Living Peace Retreat?
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Tuition for the 2020 BayNVC Immersion Program is offered on a sliding scale from $2000-$4000. What amount would be sustainable for you to contribute toward tuition costs? *
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BayNVC's All Voices Fund
BayNVC’s All Voices Fund has been fundraising to provide financial support to people who have been marginalized from fully engaging in principles of nonviolence. To that end, the All Voices Fund seeks to provide people who have been marginalized* with financial support to cover the costs of tuition, food, and lodging at BayNVC and affiliated events.

*BayNVC acknowledges that people have complex identities and that we are, together, navigating language across many different backgrounds and experiences. When we say “people who have been marginalized” here we are referring to:

People with disabilities or non-dominant communication styles

People who, though in the global majority, are under-represented in positions of institutional power because of racialized discrimination and its direct and indirect impacts

People who live and love outside the dominant norms of cis-gendered, binary, straight, monogamous relationships to sexuality and gender

People whose access to money and resources are restricted through intergenerational poverty and/or trauma

People without U.S. citizenship status, who are directly affected by U.S. foreign and domestic policy, including the many indigenous people of these lands
Is there anything about your identity that aligns with the community descriptors listed above? *
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