Here at the School of Evolutionary Herbalism, we do our best to make herbal education available and accessible to as many people as possible. This is why we consistently publish free content and resources on our blog, podcast, social media and through the community workshops and mini-courses we share.
However, we also strive to make our more in-depth programs accessible and inclusive to those who want to take their practice of herbalism to the next level.
We realize that for some people, the financial commitment to join our programs can be a big challenge, which is why we created our scholarship program to ensure herbal education remains accessible to those who may need extra assistance to be able to participate in an in-depth training program of this caliber.
Anyone is welcome to apply for a scholarship, but we're offering our scholarships based on an honor system and ask that you please do not take advantage of this program and register with a scholarship just because you want a discount. We reserve these scholarships for people that are truly in need of financial assistance in order to participate in our courses.
We also offer tuition reductions for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) students offered in the spirit of solidarity, and in recognition of systemic inequity that creates unequal access to financial, educational, and social resources.
We trust that our community values the same principles as us of truthfulness, respect, sincerity and accountability, so please only seek this scholarship if you are truly in need. We will also not ask for income verification, because we do trust you and your ability, to be honest with yourself and choose responsibly.
We also understand that trying to decipher where you "fit" within the guidelines of receiving a scholarship might be confusing, so we've created some criteria that may be helpful to determine which scholarship tier is appropriate for you. We highly encourage you to review these guidelines below and really sit with yourself and ask "do I really need this scholarship"? Tune into your gut and be honest with yourself. We ask you to do this because we wouldn't want your space to inhibit someone else from the opportunity of participating who may be in greater need than you.