We have one scholarship available called the Ale Moraś Scholarship. Depending on funds available each year a part payment is awarded to one student who feels called to do the training and finds themselves in financial hardship and without the scholarship they would not be able to attend the training. The applicant is required to experience at least one Tamalpa Experience workshop before applying.
Please be aware that we cannot guarantee funds will be available for every training programme.
WORK STUDY POSITIONS
Tamalpa UK also has two work study exchange positions available for the Level 1 Personal Embodiment training each year. There is a small reduction in tuition fee of £650 in exchange for work supporting each training programme weekend. The discount cannot be applied on top of other early bird tuition discounts.
TAMALPA INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR LEVEL 2
Through ArtCorps scholarships, the Tamalpa Institute provides training opportunities to worthy students from diverse backgrounds who have demonstrated a commitment to working in the areas of social justice and community service, as well as leaders from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds who are looking for creative and embodied approaches to tend to the needs of their communities. The ideal applicant will show a dedication to their field of interest through their work history. Personal experience with expressive arts and/or somatic practices is taken into consideration as well. Financial need also plays an important factor in the allocation of scholarship funds.
The ArtCorps scholarship program, which is made possible by the generous donations of Tamalpa’s supporters, strives to provide several partial scholarships ($500 – $2500) for each training program. When funds are available, scholarships are offered to Level 1 and Level 2 applicants (Online, Immersion & Weekend formats). Please be aware that the Tamalpa Institute cannot guarantee funds will be available for every training programme.
If you have any questions about ArtCorps scholarships, please email the Tamalpa Institute office.