How to Apply
Before writing your application, carefully read all the material presented on the Apprenticeship Information page. Consider how well the course might fit your stated interests and goals. It's important that applicants have a realistic idea of what the program involves as well as their ability to fully participate from beginning to end.
Download and complete the application form and housing addendum and attach them to the front of your application questions. Type or print legibly. Send five copies of your application. We cannot accept faxed applications.
Answer all the questions clearly and thoroughly, but please limit your total application to four pages. Please use a 10 point font (at minimum; any font is fine) and 1-inch page margins (minimum). Attachments such as resumes, photos, and newspaper articles can be included in addition to the application pages. Include five copies of each attachment.
Enclose the $60 application fee with your application ($50 for US applicants if postmarked by September 1). Checks should be made to "UC Regents". Please note that incomplete applications will not be processed.
Foreign language international participants must demonstrate adequate English-speaking and comprehension skills. This is determined by passing the TOEFL exam with a score of 450 or better. TOEFL score reports are due with the application.
If you're submitting a Tuition Scholarship Application or Simply Organic Scholarship Application, please send five copies of it and the required documentation along with your Apprenticeship Application by the postmark deadline.
Send application form, completed questions, and any other materials to the address below. Deadlines are postmarked dates:
September 30, 2013 (postmarked) for U.S. residents
August 15, 2013 (postmarked) for international applicants, including Canadian citizens. Late applications will not be considered
Notification of acceptance is made in late December for U.S. applicants and in November for international applicants.
Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems
University of California, Santa Cruz
1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95064 USA