RSC prepares for its Third Annual Psychosophy Conference: Guiding Principles for Anthroposophic Psychology at Rudolf Steiner College: Friday, May 24 – Sunday, 26, 2013
RSC is pleased to announce the appointment of Liz Beaven Ed.D. to the position of Dean of Academic Development! Click here for Press Release
RSC is now accepting applications for its summer and fall 2013 programs
Interim President, Betty Staley, inaugurate President's Corner, a resource for sharing and deepening Rudolf Steiner College's mission
Support Rudolf Steiner College: A dynamic educational center demonstrating Rudolf Steiner’s healing work for children, teachers, individuals, communities—and the earth itself
Friday, May 24th
with William Bento, David Tresemer, and Dennis Klocek
Fri 24th 7:30pm - Sun 26th 12:30pm
This year’s psychosophy conference will emphasize the psychotherapeutic process. The art of whole soul conversations will be introduced and explored in both presentation and experience.
Price: $125 ($140 at the door);
Student/Senior: $100 ($115 at the door).
Registration questions? Call 916-INFO-RSC. (916-463-6772) ext. 5
Tuesday, May 28th
Friday, May 31st
with Director Betty Staley
Community Learning Centers (CLC) provide a new educational opportunity for people to study Anthroposophy with the Rudolf Steiner College faculty in their own communities. Our master teachers in Anthroposophical studies, Waldorf education, and the arts will work with students two to four intense weekends per year over the course of three years.
Session 4 of 4.
For more information go to http://www.steinercollege.edu/community-learning-centers or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, June 3rd
Looking for a meaningful career? Meet our program director and learn about the transformative path of Waldorf Education. Learn about the process of becoming a Waldorf Teacher through our San Francisco part-time certificate program.
RSVPs are appreciated. Email: email@example.com, or Call 510-599-3860 for details.
Tuesday, June 4th
Tuesday, June 11th
Wednesday, June 12th
With Harald Hoven and Cynthia Hoven
Culminating the year’s Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Workshop Series, this weeklong intensive recapitulates and deepens the experiences of the entire series. It includes presentations on the self-enclosed farm organism, plant observations, theoretical discussions, hands-on activities, and lectures and eurythmy based on the four kingdoms of nature. If a registrant did not take the September through May Biodynamic Series and wishes to attend this advanced intensive, approval from Harald Hoven is needed. Please call 916-965-0389 (during business hours).
General Fee: $425. Student/Senior: $315.
For our Biodynamic brochure, please see: Biodynamic Brochure (PDF)