The Virtual Story Workshop
Application Process & Payment Information
Submit an application in order to be considered for participation in Story Workshop. The information you share allows us to discern fit, readiness, timing, and group placement. Submitting the application requires a $50 application fee. If this cost is a barrier, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choosing to enroll in a Story Workshop creates a financial commitment. A non-refundable, non-transferrable $250 deposit is required to secure your seat at the time of enrollment. This deposit is applied to your workshop fee of $699. At the time of enrollment, you will have the option to pay in full or to choose to pay in 2 installments.
Payment Due Dates by Plan
Two Installments — Payments of $224.50 are due July 1 and August 1.
A 3% processing fee applies to online payments. All fees must be paid in full by August 1, 2020. Participation in the workshop will not be permitted until fees have been paid in full.
Thursday, August 20
Friday, August 21
Saturday, August 22
Sunday, August 23
Bonus Teaching Sessions
Two bonus Follow Up Teaching Sessions led by our Teaching Team where you can gather as a large group to expand on and explore key concepts, and allow for further interactive Q&A. These sessions are held within two weeks following the workshop ending; exact dates and times to be announced. All content will be recorded and made available to view afterward for those unable to attend them live.
When you enroll, you will be asked if you have any dual relationships with members of our facilitator team and/or fellow participants. This information assists us with group placement. Our 2020 facilitator team may include:
Dan Allender, Rachael Clinton Chen, Jen Oyama Murphy, Sam Lee, Jenny McGrath, Cyndi Mesmer, Wendell Moss, Mary Ellen Owen, Petra Malekzadeh, Becky Allender, Sue Cunningham, Paul Quinlivan, Beau Denton, Victoria Zimmerman, Bethany Robbins, Paul Randall, Kellay Chapman, Scott Gibson, Adam Young, Matthias Roberts, Scott Moore, Campbell White
Covenant & Release of Claims
The Allender Center is a part of The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. The Center offers Story Workshops. Your participation in the program is conditioned on your agreeing to the terms of this Covenant and Release of Claims.