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Successful completion of this course will give participants the confidence and prerequisite skills to develop a successful grant proposal. Writing a grant can appear overwhelming. This workshop will take you stage by stage to identify and access appropriate funding sources, interpret the request for funding, collect the appropriate documentation an

$109
Sa.   Nov 8th - Nov 22nd, 10am
All levels

These days almost everyone’s first destination for reading is the web, but there is a boundless amount of content competing for eyeballs. Whether you’re trying to entertain, make a point, or just update the world on your life, capturing the attention of readers can be a challenge. With a focus on the short essay form, this class will help you d

$350
Th.   Oct 30th - Dec 18th, 6:45pm
All levels
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This course will improve your business writing skills. You'll learn to compose clear, professional documents that get attention and results. You'll receive individual in-class feedback and a personalized writing assessment. Whatever you write in business, your challenge remains constant. With every document, you must quickly organize your thoughts

$650
T.   Sep 23rd, 9am
Beginner
Tuesday September 23 9am - 5pm 1 Session $650
Wednesday October 22 9am - 5pm 1 Session $650
Tuesday November 11 9am - 5pm 1 Session $650
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Writing is a powerful way of communication. In this class, you will improve your writing skills by learning the parts of speech and the fundamental principles of effective writing. This course will provide you with the core elements needed to enhance your skills, change how you feel about your writing, and boost your confidence.Pre-requisites:None

$185
Sa.   Oct 4th - Nov 1st, 10am
All levels

This course is for students who have a strong knowledge of grammar and sentence structure and are ready to delve deeper into the art of creative writing. The course will emphasize content and the process of your writing, exploring the difference between creative fiction and nonfiction. You will focus on generating ideas, getting past writers’ blo

$225
W.   Oct 8th - Dec 3rd, 6pm
All levels

Go deeper into some of the major principles of Sense Writing and learn how to use them to support yourself in and out of the workshop. Make this practice your own, while exploring both fiction and non-fiction writing and developing larger pieces through weekly workshops. Open to those who has taken Sense Writing I workshop.

$310
Th.   Oct 30th - Dec 11th, 7pm
Intermediate

This course is for students who have a strong knowledge of grammar and sentence structure and are eager to further their writing skills for a business or academic setting. The emphasis in this course will be on nonfiction, such as research papers, essays, position papers, business letters.Pre-requisites:Writing Fundamentals or a writing sample

$225
W.   Dec 10th - Feb 11th, 6pm
All levels

The more you know about correct grammar usage and writing strong sentences, the better you can communicate and obtain your life’s goals! To carry out your writing tasks and communicate effectively, you need certain writing skills. Reading and writing on a regular basis is a great way to improve your communication and writing skills Many adults

$189
M.Th.   Nov 3rd - Nov 24th, 6:30pm
All levels

In this workshop-based course, students are encouraged to further explore their relationship with nature. Through selected readings and weekly writing exercises and discussions, both novice and experienced writers craft their own stories, poems, and essays about or inspired by the natural world. No prior writing or botanical experience required.Th

$429
Th.   Oct 2nd - Nov 20th, 6pm
All levels

Interested in beginning a novel or writing a short story? The Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College is offering a 4-part Fiction Writing Workshop Character, Setting, Plot, Now What? Get yourself started by working with an established, published author and learn tools to hone the craft of creative writing. Beginners welcome.Pre-requisi

$85
T.   Oct 14th, 6pm
Beginner

Interested in beginning a novel or writing a short story? The Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College is offering a 4-part Fiction Writing Workshop Character, Setting, Plot, Now What? Get yourself started by working with an established, published author and learn tools to hone the craft of creative writing. Beginners welcome.Pre-requisi

$85
T.   Oct 28th, 6pm
Beginner

Master the fundamentals of environmental journalism by means of hands-on practice. Classes will focus on skills such as researching, interviewing, querying, and writing, with visits from award winning environmental journalists. The goal for each student is to produce one or more articles that are ready to be submitted for publication. In class we

$269
Th.   Jan 22nd - Feb 19th, 6pm
All levels

An on-going and repeatable workshop designed to take you through all the stages of writing a full-length book, collection of stories, or play. A chance to spiral through all four Sense Writing principles, with special emphasis on the last one, “non-habitual flow.” Open to writers who have completed at least one Sense Writing II class or by invi

$335
M.   Sep 29th - Nov 17th, 7pm
Advanced

Mark Twain said the difference between the right word and the almost right word is the “difference between lightning and lightning bug.” The goal of this class is to help you find the right words. This workshop provides students the opportunity to generate, share, and get feedback on writing inspired by personal experiences. All levels of write

$315
T.   Oct 28th - Dec 16th, 10am
All levels

Every life has stories worth telling. This workshop provides tools to overcome fear of the blank page and writing prompts to jump-start the creative process. Inspired by class discussion and examples of great writing, participants will hone in on their stories and explore elements of craft. Maximum enrollment is 9 students. No pre-registration requ

$315
T.   Nov 4th - Dec 16th, 1:15pm
All levels

You will be taught how to develop a sound business plan that is realistic and based on your NFP’s mission and goals.

$155
M.W.   Nov 24th - Dec 8th, 6pm
All levels

A great class if you want to try writing fiction or you are returning to the genre. Fiction 101 helps you understand and apply the basic elements of good fiction writing (dialogue, character, beginnings and endings) through writing exercises and assignments, peer discussion, and instructor feedback.

$350
M.   Oct 27th - Dec 15th, 6:45pm
All levels

In this course, students will learn and review the skills necessary for crafting a novel. Students will review different approaches to the writing process, read and discuss a successful modern novel and review creative writing techniques such as characterization, plot, background, ending and other elements. Students will also discuss diffe

$179
W.   Oct 22nd - Dec 3rd, 6pm
Beginner

In a relaxed four-session workshop, participants review the basics of grammar and punctuation, as well as engage in the process of writing: assignment/idea, pre-writing, writing and editing. Does the blank page keep you paralyzed in fear? Become more confident with your business writing. Exercises develop skills, so participants begin to write

$195
W.   Oct 1st - Oct 22nd, 6pm
All levels
Wednesday October 1 6pm - 9pm 4 Sessions $195
Wednesday November 5 6pm - 9pm 4 Sessions $195
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Great English written communication skills are essential to move ahead and get and keep higher level jobs in today's competitive workplace. The best way to learn to write is to do it. Through writing and critiquing your writing, this course will cover advanced sentence structure and use of verb and other parts of speech. We will be using the gramma

$109
W.   Oct 8th - Oct 15th, 6:30pm
All levels