Facilitators Collective Workshop Booking Form

Thank you for expressing interest in the Seeds for Justice Facilitator's Collective workshops. Please fill out the following form (1 per workshop booking) and we'll get back to you within a few days to confirm details. 

If you have questions or would like to discuss the workshop options further, please contact Rachelia (Youth Outreach Facilitator) at (705) 748-1680 or workshops@kwic.info

Contact Info
Workshop Details
If the workshop you are looking to request isn't listed (for example, you are looking for a workshop on youth leadership), please enter a title or description.
The Seeing Yourself in the World workshop is a 2-part series of workshops that focus on global and local citizenship. Each workshop is 1.5 hours long and can be facilitated separate from one another. Please let us know which topic you'd like to focus on, or if you like to book both workshops at a discounted rate.
Workshop Logistics
If you don't have a specific time planned out, please put morning, afternoon or evening. Also, please note that we usually need to arrive half an hour before the expected start time to set up, so keep this in mind when picking a time.
Payment Details
The cost for 1 workshop is $150. If you would like a longer workshop (or more than one) a half-day of programming (3 hours) is $200 and a full day of programming (6 hours) is $350. We encourage schools to take advantage of the deal offered in booking a full day of programming, as the cost can be shared across classrooms, allowing 2 or more classes to receive workshop programming throughout the day! As an organization committed to equity and accessibility if the costs listed are prohibitive to you or your organization, classroom or group workshop subsidies may be available. To inquire about subsidies, please contact Rachelia at workshops@kwic.info
We're curious -- how did you hear about our workshops? Facebook, Twitter, KWIC's newsletter, from a colleague, etc. We'd love to know!
Anything else we should know? Are there any accessibility issues that we should plan for? What is your class or group currently working on and how do you envision this workshop fitting in to your work?