Trinity Institute 2015 Essay Competition

Trinity Institute 2015 Essay Competition

Congratulations to the winners of the Trinity Institute 2015: Creating Common Good essay competition!  Entrants were asked to submit an essay on the theme of economic inequality and how to make changes for the common good. The first-place prize was an award of $10,000, and the two runners-up were awarded prizes of $2,500 each. All three essays will be published in the Anglican Theological Review in February 2016.
 

Pricing

Trinity Institute is affordable! Pay what you can with the sliding scale fee structure. Each partner site or New York City attendee may pay the full price of $500 (what it costs us to provide TI2015 for one attendee or one partner site) or a discounted rate of either $300 or $100 —whichever rate you can afford to pay.
 
Whichever fee you choose, you’ll have complete conference access.

Register to Become a Partner Site

TI2015 features a sliding scale fee structure. Each partner site may pay the full price of $500 (what it costs us per partner site to provide TI2015) or a discounted rate of either $300 or $100 (we’ll pay the rest) —whichever rate your site can afford to pay. Whichever fee you choose, you’ll receive full partner benefits. Please note, TI2015 doesn’t charge your site’s attendees, but you may choose to do so.

Advent and Lenten Resources

Use Trinity Institute as Curriculum

Trinity Institute provides you or your Partner Site with plenty of adult faith formation material, beyond the conference, that can be used all year long. Video content (additional to the conference), featuring TI2015 experts, can be used to go deeper, making economic inequality a year-long faith formation theme in your location. This year we are pleased to be working in partnership with ChurchNext, a leader in the design and delivery of online Christian learning.

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Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS

Trinity Institute wants to ensure that everyone who wants to take part in the conference can, which is why this year’s conference features a sliding scale fee structure, in which participants can pay full price, $500, or a discounted rate of either $300 or $100.  In addition, there are a limited number of scholarships available to attend the conference in New York City. Scholarships cover the registration cost of attending Trinity Institute, but do not cover transportation and lodging.