Welcome
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PROGRAM STRUCTURE
Course Components
Reading Assignments
Writing Assignments
Service Work
Mentor Interviews
Optional Activities
COURSE INFO
Contacts, Communications and Slack
Group Agreements
Payment, Withdrawal and Completion
MONTH BY MONTH
Before Our First Workshop
September
Karuna – Compassion
Seminar 09/08
Workshop 09/29
October
Dana – Generosity
Seminar 10/13
Workshop 10/20
November
Sila – Virtue
Seminar 11/10
Workshop 11/17
December
Virya – Energy
Seminar 12/04
Workshop 12/08
January
Panna – Wisdom
Seminar 01/12
Workshop 01/19
February
Nekkhama – Renunciation
Seminar 02/02
Workshop 02/09
March
Khanta – Patience
Seminar 03/08
Workshop 03/15
April
Sacca – Truth
Seminar 04/09
Workshop 04/12
May
Aditthana – Resolve
Seminar 05/03
Workshop 05/10
June
Metta – Lovingkindness
Seminar 05/31
Workshop 06/07
July
Upekkha – Equanimity
Seminar 06/28
Workshop 07/12
RESOURCES
Action + Reflection = Learning
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Program Completion

After the course ends: Printed Certificates will be distributed at the last class in July.  There are 2 types:
        1 – A Certificate of Completion is given to students who have:
              a. attended 10 out of 11 daylong classes
              b. completed all writing assignments

        2 – A Certificate of Participation is given to students who have:
               a. attended less than 10 daylong classes
               b. not completed all writing assignments

Payment

Tuition is to be paid in 2 installments due by class meetings in September and January. The cost of the tuition is a sliding scale between $2,000 and $3,000, and it is up to the participants’ discretion where they fall on this scale.

The first $1,000 is to be paid before the first class in September, while the remaining balance will be requested in January.

Withdrawal

Students who are considering withdrawal from the training are asked to contact one of the teachers before making a final decision. We also ask that those who do withdraw take responsibility for communicating their withdrawal (e.g. email to the group) and say their good-byes to the class directly, rather than placing the responsibility on the teachers. 

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