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A to Z Grant Writing Series-BAA139
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A to Z Grant Writing Series-BAA139

$199

with MULTIPLE INSTRUCTORS

Calendar Current session started Jan 2, 2024

A to Z Grant Writing Series-Online Learn hands-on experience and knowledge about writing grants, fundraising, and organizing a grant writing campaign. Obtain a comprehensive understanding of grant writing fundamentals and learn strategies you can apply to get your proposal funded, help your current organization, or enter the in-demand field of grant consulting. Register at: https://www.ed2go.com/nscc/online-courses/grant-writing-online-classes/

New! Journaling & Memoir Writing-LAC155

$159

with ANTHONY GANGI

Calendar Next available session starts Mar 21, 2024 at 6 pm

New! Journaling & Memoir Writing In this course students will focus on the art of journaling, writing about experiences in their daily life. With journaling being the foundation, you will be led through the process of turning journaling experiences and entries into the beginnings of a cohesive Memoir. Best practices for working on such a piece, including a focus on good storytelling and event focus, will also be included.

NOVEL BOOTCAMP: PART 1-LAC140

$199

with ANTHONY GANGI

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 2, 2024 at 6 pm

Novel Bootcamp: Part 1 Attention fiction writers! Join author and former Bantam Doubleday Dell editor, Anthony Gangi, who will guide you through the steps of getting from beginning to end of that ever-elusive first draft of a novel (a work of fiction). With a bulk of the writing being done outside class time, this intensive course will guide you through the process of writing a novel with a full draft completed by the end of the eight week cycle. Particular attention will be paid to structure, characterization, and dialogue. Support will be provided by the instructor and fellow students. Please note, this class is specifically geared towards the fiction writer.





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