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The Northern California Writing Project is a professional development organization devoted to improving the teaching of writing in our service region.

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December 28, 2020

All day: Applications Open: Deep Dive Inquiry Community

December 29, 2020

All day: Applications Open: Deep Dive Inquiry Community

December 30, 2020

All day: Applications Open: Deep Dive Inquiry Community

December 31, 2020

All day: Applications Open: Deep Dive Inquiry Community

January 1, 2021

All day: Applications Open: Deep Dive Inquiry Community

All day: Applications due: Deep Dive series

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Siskiyou Students Write!

Siskiyou Students Write!

 


Summer 2019: July 8-11 & 15-18

Meet our student writers for Summer 2019!

 

Siskiyou Students Write is a two week, action packed writing experience for high school students in Siskiyou County. Students in this camp will write to effect change in Siskiyou County and the world beyond! SSW is designed using 21st Century Maker-Space principles, and participants will enjoy an active, fun, creative experience! Published writers will visit and share what they’ve learned about writing for civic engagement, and student graduates of the camp will be published!

Dates: July 8-11 (Monday to Thursday) and July 15-18 (Monday to Thursday). Students must agree to attend all dates.

Time: 9am-1pm daily

Location: College of the Siskiyous, Weed, CA

Provided: Snacks and a full lunch; all necessary materials

Upon Completion: Students receive a 100$ stipend, as well as a certificate of completion that can be used for job and college applications.

Who: Students who are interested in learning more about their community and about the power of writing to improve that community. No GPA or other academic requirements exist; students of all writing abilities are welcome.

 

The NCWP is grateful to the Silver Giving Foundation and the National Writing Project (NWP), whose generous grant makes this summer civics writing experience possible.