Open to all mentees, mentee alum and Writing Works mentors
Let’s face it—a college degree comes with a hefty price tag!! The good news is there’s plenty of higher education money out there! In this workshop, mentees will learn how and where to find money for school, the difference between grants, loans, and scholarships, and tips for writing stand-out essays and short answer responses tailored to specific funders. We’ll also cover some information about the FASFA form! Writing Works Mentors will help mentees craft their written scholarship application materials and offer small group feedback in breakout rooms. Whether you’re applying to college now or you’re already in college, join this workshop to learn strategies for easing your higher education financial burden!
Susanna Horng is a mother, writer, and Clinical Professor in Liberal Studies at NYU who lives in NYC. Her work has appeared in Bennington Review, The Rumpus, and Minerva Rising. She has been supported by Catwalk Art Residency, a NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship in Fiction, and was a Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship in Literature.
Writing Works Mentees: required to attend one Writing Works workshop per month
Writing Works Mentors: required to attend one craft Writing Works workshop every other month
Writing 360 Mentees & Publishing 360 Mentees: all Writing Works workshops are optional
You will receive a Zoom confirmation email within five minutes of submitting your registration. See you soon!