Registration Now Open: The ESD Mentor-Scholar Program

Early Bird Ends July 20

Feminism School Mentor-Scholar Programs combine our expansive self-study curriculum with live workshops and trainings.

As of July 1, we are now enrolling for The Emotional Self-Defense Mentor-Scholar Program, which includes our signature course and 6 (optional) workshops on Reimagining Trauma Studies and 6 (optional) workshops on Claiming Your Voice w/Feminist Methods of Knowing.

Workshops run September through March; ESD course access is offered July 1, 2021 through May 31, 2022. The first 10 to enroll by the July 20th Early Bird Tuition also receive our popular self-study course, Caliban and the Witch in a Time of COVID-19.

Applications Open : Mentor-Scholar Cohorts for Organizations

Fall/Winter 2021

The Mentor-Scholar Program for Organizations is open for leaders who are catalyzing collective change in the area of gender and racial justice. This program expands the depth and the breadth of Feminist Leadership Training seminars and retreats.

The Mentor-Scholar Program for Organizations includes access to the vault of Feminism School Core Curriculum for a year and monthly small group intensive trainings with Dr. George for 3-9 months. Feminism School research and learning methods are applied to each participants' respective vocational path and area of leadership and influence.

We celebrate and support each participant locating and rooting in their own unique learning style, which (for many women) is itself healing from patriarchy's silencing of their knowledge. Our textual study of feminist scholarship and writing is always integrated with creative and contemplative practices. (But do expect a rigorous book list and seminars focused on learning the writings of feminist foremothers!)

Please contact us to discuss leaders from your organization to nominate for The Mentor-Scholar Program, as well as the prerequisites.

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