Gate City Writes Young Writers’ Camp
Campers at the UNCG Young Writers’ Camp create 21st century texts using digital tools such as storyboarding, blogging, and movie-making during this two week camp experience. In daily writing workshops, campers work with UNCG faculty, graduate students, NC teachers, and local authors. The camp introduces young writers to the writing process, unlocks strategies of professional writers, and supports development of a variety of writing styles. All work is published on our website. We serve students in grades K-12 and have half and full day options.
Click on the link for more information: https://soe.uncg.edu/academics/departments/tehe/tehe-communityengagement/gate-city-writes/young-writers-camp/
Gate City Writes Community Voices
This workshop is designed for immigrant and refugee teens in grades 6-12 and adults. Participants will work with UNC Greensboro School of Education faculty and graduate students. Immigrants and refugees are an important part of our community, and we want to learn about you and share your stories. This workshop is a way for campers to tell their stories, work on their writing, learn about using technology and digital tools, and learn about other immigrants and refugees.
Click on the link for more information: https://soe.uncg.edu/academics/departments/tehe/tehe-communityengagement/gate-city-writes/community-voices/