Last Friday, Girls Write Now staff members visited Capital Preparatory Harlem Charter School to donate the five most recent volumes of Girls Write Now’s anthologies to the school’s library and to teach a writing workshop for female students.
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December 13 – 4:15 pm - 6:00 pm ET
Technology & Writing: A Networking Event for Writers about AI, Cybersecurity, and How Tech Unlocks Your Creativity
Join the leading tech company Kyndryl at the Girls Write Now NYC headquarters to learn about tech, AI, and how to break into the ever-growing field. We will discuss the relationship between writing and AI and what we need to know about cybersecurity to feel safe, and engage in generative writing and networking activities.
December 13 – 4:45 pm - 5:45 pm ET
Take charge of your goals as Girls Write Now teams up with powerhouse Scholastic professionals! Consider this your all-access pass to be part of an intergenerational exchange with inspirational creatives and publishing professionals.
TODAY co-host Jenna Bush Hager is set to interview Girls Write Now Founder and Executive Director Maya Nussbaum for NBCU’s PSA series, The More You Know.
with moons. you taught me such cryptic languages.
I would spend the rest of my life decoding them.
Mentorship programs are one of the most rewarding ways to use your volunteer hours that will have impacts long after your hours are over. At Girls Write Now, you’ll join a diverse community of mentors and mentees where you’ll get just as much as you give.
In this episode, you’ll hear a lovely conversation between mentee Allison Sengkhounmany, a high schooler from New York, and mentor Davia Schendel, a musician and performer.
Urban Word and the National Youth Poet Laureate Program recently announced on Instagram the selection of thirteen young poets as finalists in the first-ever New York State Youth Poet Laureate Program, including Girls Write Now mentee alum Thisbe Wu, and mentees Megumi Jindo and Madeline Hutchinson.