Southeast Seattle Education Coalition (SESEC) will be hosting its fourth SEED group starting March 7, 2023.
SEED is a peer-led professional development program that promotes personal, organizational, and societal change towards greater equity and diversity by creating conversational communities. SEED participants will use personal reflection and testimony, interpersonal dialogue, and learn experientially and collectively to build personal and organizational capacity. To learn more about The National SEED ProjectSM, visit the above hyperlink.
Topics Discussed in Previous Cohorts: Class, Race & Ethnicity, Gender & Sexuality, Disability & Accessibility, Language Justice
- SESEC SEED 2023 will have both in-person and virtual Zoom sessions as noted below.
- The following Tuesdays from 9.30 a.m.-11.30 a.m.
March 7 – In-Person (RAC)
March 21 – In-Person (SESEC)
April 4 – In-Person (RAC)
April 25 – Virtual (Zoom)
May 2 – In-Person (RAC)
May 16 – Virtual (Zoom)
May 30 – Virtual (Zoom)
June 13 – In-Person (RAC)
- Application Deadline: Open until all spots are filled.
- In-Person Location: Rainier Avenue Church (5900 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98118). The March 21 session will be at SESEC (3829B S Edmunds St, Seattle, WA 98118).
The RAC Fellowship Hall is at the back of the church. The entrance is accessed through the parking lot there. There are no stairs. The SESEC Office is not ADA accessible. There are two flights of stairs leading up to the conference room.
- FREE – We just ask that you commit to attending most (ideally all) sessions. If you’re unsure of this time commitment, contact [email protected] before automatically opting out.
- COVID Safety Measures: Please take a rapid COVID test at least 24 hours prior to in-person sessions. If you are not feeling well, please stay home. We will bring extra to test onsite for day-of testing if needed. It is up to each individual’s comfort level whether you would like to wear a mask or not. We will have masks available.
- Priority goes to SESEC partners and BIPOC individuals.
To learn more about Southeast Seattle Education Coalition: