Online students accepted; Registration is going on
New York – The Aspiring Writers Mentoring Program is back. This one-month individualized coaching program officially began on June 27, 2018 with a registration and orientation between 2pm to 5pm at the National Writers Union office in mid-Manhattan.
The AWMP aims to synergize the interest of aspiring writers, whether community- or school-based with the expertise and experience of professional journalists. It aims to ensure excellent and ethical reporting of issues on immigration, women, economics, politics, and culture.
The writing program is sponsored by the OSM! Online magazing www.justcliqit.com and the National Writers Union Service Organization. In 2015, the program was successfully launched through the help of the Len Ragozin Foundation. Participants Justine Calma and Mona Lunot Kuker were part of the program’s first mentees.
Program director Marivir Montebon and former New York Times senior editor Terry Schwadron will lead the team of mentors.
1. Registration and payment of fees $100 to cover for mentoring, editing, certificate, and publishing of work
2. Scheduling of one-month program to include story identification, research and writing, presentation, editing, re-writing, and publishing (optional).
3. Publishing of work and release of certificate. Your work will be published on the NWUSO website and OSM! www.justcliqit.com
Please email Marivir R. Montebon at email@example.com for further inquiries.
Related link: https://nwu.org/chapters/new-york/aspiring-writers-mentoring-program/