July 18-22, 2016
Grades 6 - 10
9 a.m. to noon
UW-Eau Claire Centennial Hall
Are you an aspiring writer?
There are as many ways to tell a story as there are people in this world! Find YOUR creative voice at UW-Eau Claire this summer.You'll choose the track that most interests you:
- Novels & Short Stories
- Creative Nonfiction & Memoirs
- Digital Composition
- "Free Write" (a combination of different genres)
Our program is aligned with Wisconsin's statewide goals for middle and high school writing curriculum. Activities include a walking field trip, digital storytelling using the latest iPad applications, peer review and daily mini-lessons. You'll also work with a college student writing mentor from UW-Eau Claire's English Department.
Who Should Attend
Students entering grades 6-10 who want to practice their writing and learn more about different types of storytelling.
Carey Applegate is an assistant professor of English at UW-Eau Claire whose main concentrations are English education, cultural studies and digital composition. Other guest professors, teachers and community professionals will mentor students and teach genre-specific lessons throughout the week.
Fee $169 per student - early bird through June 17
$189 per student - after June 17
Fee includes 15 hours of instruction, materials, and t-shirt!