Young Writers Workshop
THE YOUNG WRITERS’ WORKSHOP is a two-week residential workshop in which students will develop written communication skills, critical reading skills and creative cognitive development. Daily journaling, interviews of faculty and fact-finding adventures will enrich participants’ social skills and their self-expression of values, ideas and dreams for the future. This workshop is for the creative student: Students who love to write and who want to learn more about writing in the summer, who love to draw or illustrate, who want to be involved in producing their own magazine. In addition to private writing, students will also write short pieces and share them with other members of the group. Students will leave the workshop with a book containing work that each member has contributed. Students will utilize the UW-Green Bay campus as well as field trips to other areas for inspiration in their writing. This program is available for students entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade.
- Are you looking for something to do this summer? Something fun, yet challenging?
- Are you the creative type?
- Do you write poetry or short stories?
- Do you like taking pictures? Drawing? Cartooning?
- Have you ever thought about being an editor for a newspaper or magazine?
- Would you like to spend two weeks on a college campus this summer?
If Yes – You should apply for The Young Writers Workshop.
Fill out both applications and send them in today!
Space goes fast and only complete applicants get in.
To apply, please complete and return the DPI Application and the UW-Green Bay Precollege Application and send them to the address listed at the bottom of this page. If you have any questions, feel free to call or e-mail us at the information below.