The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology is committed to an ongoing effort toward developing intercultural competency and promoting ethnic and racial reconciliation within The Seattle School community and beyond, and believes such labor to be essential to its mission and living into the global reality of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.
See below for information about how we have sought to engage difference and continue to seek at The Seattle School.
Multicultural Dinners are intended to provide a space of support, encouragement, and celebration for students and alumni. Multicultural Dinner Groups are a gathering of traditionally underrepresented ethnic and racial communities working towards the development of our cultural identity. Groups gather twice a semester to tell stories and process our journey through and after The Seattle School together.
A Sage is:
1. One venerated for experience, judgment and wisdom.
2. Wise through reflection and experience.
Seasoned Adults with Graduate Experience (SAGE) is an organization for older students, second-career students, parenting students, and students who feel older “in spirit” or in any other way depart from the mold of the "twenty-something" graduate student. Most often those who come to our events have at least 40 years of life experience, although all are welcome.
SAGE exists to build a network of support, community, and encouragement with like-minded students while offering space to discuss special issues unique to our members.
culture tomorrow 2010
Culture Tomorrow 2010 was a Seattle School community-wide initiative that sought to address the question, “How do we engage difference at The Seattle School?” Learn more about this initiative, here.
Intercultural credibility scholarship
The Seattle School offers the Intercultural Credibility Scholarship as one way to invite and recognize the leadership, participation, and voice of students from traditionally underrepresented race and ethnic populations. For more information about this scholarship, click here