Renee told us that we can either drop off the application in person or mail it in. I decided to drop it off to have the peace of mind it was there. I was also hoping for an opportunity to make a good impression with talking to her again, but she was with a client so I left the packet with the receptionist.
The application was pretty short compared to the first agency. It had basic information, a few questions regarding how we got to where we are and what type of situations we would be open to. We also had to include a family photo and a $100 application fee.
The $100 was pretty reasonable compared to many other application fees I have seen that are closer to $500. We felt like it was worth the shot to pay the money to see if we make it into the program.
Now, it's time to wait and pray until the last half of August when they pull out the applications and call people in for interviews.