REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 31, 2018. This camp is open to students entering grades 7, 8, or 9 in Fall 2018.
This camp is designed for students who enjoy the experiences of writing in a noncompetitive, nonjudgmental environment where they will be able to allow their pens to follow their hearts. Included will be an introduction to poetry, narratives, and short fiction, along with such topics as voice, character, and narrative. Students will also learn how to critique, revise, and publish their finished products.
For more information, visit the Appleseed Writing Project website at www.ipfw.edu/awp, or contact Cheri Pruitt, AWP's Youth Camp Coordinator at (260) 710-3418 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: For middle school students, a teacher's note and signature are required.
The 2018 Summer Youth Writing Camps are available to students in grades 7 through 9 and will culminate with an open house reading event where students will present their writings to the public. No previous creative writing experience is necessary - only a desire to write and willingness to participate in the daily activities.
Camps meet at the IPFW Campus with transportation provided by parents or caregivers.