YOUNG WOMEN WRITERS PROJECT
The Young Women Writers Project is a program offered by the Carnegie Center and funded in part by the Kentucky Foundation for Women and Toyota Motor Manufacturing KY.
Love to Write??
Each year, the Carnegie Center invites young women in grades 9-12 to apply to the Young Women Writers Program, a FREE series of intensive workshops focused on self-expression through writing. The selected group of participants will attend six sessions held on consecutive Saturdays in February and March of 2013. These sessions are 4-hour workshops in which experienced writers in their 20’s and 30’s mentor on a variety of genres and oversee creative writing exercises.
Download the 2012-2013 YWWP application HERE.
“Everyday I come home from school, guess what I’m going to do? 1.2.3. Did you guess? Here’s the answer. I’m going to set on my chair everyday and do my homework.” --- tutoring student
“This program was great! I learned that I’m not alone in my struggle to motivate my child to learn.” --- tutoring parent
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The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.