2024 New Leaders Trainings, Cohorts 38A-D
Multiple sessions scheduled
Deadline for 38A extended!
SEED partners with communities, organizations, and institutions in bringing people together to learn through self reflection, build relationships through structured dialogue, and create change through systemic analysis.
SEED provides transformational professional development that prepares leaders to facilitate conversations that drive social change within their institution.
After the initial New Leaders Training, SEED provides ongoing, year-round resources and support for SEED leaders as they learn, grow, and develop their own seminars in their communities, organizations, or institutions.
SEED seminars are grounded in personal reflection and testimony, listening to others' voices, and learning together in the context of intersecting identities and systemic analysis.
Seminar participants deepen their understanding of systems of power and oppression and the role they can play in driving change toward diversity, equity, and inclusion while centering wholeness, wellness, and just relationship for everyone involved.
Since 1987, SEED has trained more than 4000 leaders from 1200 partner sites - including preK-12 and university educators, parents, community leaders, and other public employees from 45 U.S. states and 15 countries.