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9 Prisons One Key - Application

Deadline - Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Thank you for your interest in EPP’s online course, 9 Prisons ONE Key. We are excited to share EPP’s foundational Enneagram course -  previously only taught “on the inside” of prisons and jails - to those on the “outside.” We at EPP are committed to creating safe, diverse, inclusive, and equitable spaces for personal growth, healing, and transformation. We anticipate more applications than we are able to accommodate in this offering. We will consider a number of self-identifying factors in the application process to help us be intentional with our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). We appreciate your support, as well as your privacy, and will not publicly share any personal identifying information. 

Please note, if we are unable to offer you a spot in one of our cohorts due to space limitations, we will be in touch to assess your interest and availability to participate in a future offering.


Applicants under 18 will be required to have parental consent

Part II
This workshop includes 8 intimate zoom gatherings: two 3-hour opening and closing sessions, as well as six 2-hour sessions focused on each of the nine Enneagram types. Prerecorded Enneagram type teaching and type panels will be accessed via EPP's Learning Management System (LMS). Each participant is expected to watch the teaching and panels between live zoom gatherings. We anticipate a high number of applicants for this course. The opening and closing sessions will be 3 hours. All other sessions will be 2 hours. The start time remains the same throughout the course. Please note that all times are pacific time and we will not have sessions the week of Thanksgiving. Please select ALL dates that you are available to attend:


The following optional questions will further support our work to create safe, diverse, equitable, inclusive cohorts. 

How do you identify yourself in terms of the following:

Part IV