I'm interested in the great diversity of this, and I think it might provide learning for many of us. Thoughts?
You don't have to "do" anything besides pay the yearly fee to be a "member" of ADF Druidry. Now, if you want to go up in degree to be actually titled "Druid", you need to complete the Dedicant Path, which entails thusly:
It includes briefly writing about each of the 8 wheel of the year Holidays.
Performing a ritual on each of the 8 NeoPagan high days (throughout a full year), and writing about those experiences..
Writing a personal perspective on nine Druid values: wisdom, perseverance and fertility for instance.
Reading three books that they recommend and writing a book review on each.
A description of our home shrine/altar, along with any planned upgrades.or changes we are planning on making to it.
Discussing what the "Two Powers" meditation means to us and our practice with it. (For grounding and centering).
Writing an 800 word account of our meditation/trance practice and experiences.
A brief account of our insights gained through working with Nature and to honor the Earth.
Writing a short account of EACH of the three kindreds and how we incorporate them, as well as perceive them in our practice. (Gods/Ancestors/Spirits).
A brief account of our experience working with a particular Hearth Culture, drawn from PIE (Proto-Indo-European) sources.
And lastly, the text of the Oath that we write and take at the end of the training, as well as lessons learned during the dedicant process.
This all gets submitted, as a single packet, to one of ADF's preceptors, who reviews and grades it.