Skid Row School for Large-Scale Change - Online Application - JULY 2018 - CALIFORNIA
Welcome to the Skid Row School application! Please answer the following questions to the best of your ability. Also, please note that each individual planning to attend Skid Row School must submit an application. So, if you plan to attend as a team, each team member must submit their own application.
First Name: *
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Last Name: *
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Email: *
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Title: *
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Organization: *
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What kind of Organization: *
Will you be attending as an individual or part of a group? *
Are you a graduate of a previous Skid Row School?
The Billions Institute exists to help leaders scale solutions to the world's biggest problems. How would you frame what you're working on as one of the world's biggest problems? (Please keep answer to 2 sentences max.) *
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Large-scale change has the power to advance racial and social justice. How does your team think about equity and social justice and how do you bring those concepts to life through your work? *
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What is the gist of the intervention that you seek to scale? (e.g., We have an intervention that has been shown to reduce bullying in schools by 43%.) Please limit answer to 3 sentences. *
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On a scale of 1 to 5, 1 being "we're still working it out" and 5 being fully confident, how confident are you that your model works as intended? *
We're still working it out.
Fully confident.
What are your current intentions regarding scale (e.g., We're in 1,000 schools and we think we'd like to be in 10,000 schools). It's ok if you don't know the answer yet - we will help you get clear on that at the school - we're just curious where you are now. *
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How willing are you to face into your fears and explore the extent to which you may be unintentionally keeping your initiative small? *
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