***(Re)Writing Your Personal Statement***
Friday, Oct 24 from 3-5pm (Alden 251, glassed-in computer lab)
This interactive workshop is designed for students interested in applying for graduate school, fellowships/scholarships, etc.
The first hour will provide definitions of a personal statement and gives you time to begin writing and brainstorming your own. The second hour allows you to meet with a professional writing tutor (someone with experience writing personal statements) to look over your current draft.
Sign up for one hour or both. Both undergrads & grads are welcome. *Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot. Limited to 15 people per hour.
The SWC can send a representative to give mini workshops on writing-related topics in your classrooms. We also offer 10-15 minute presentations about the SWC. Sample in-class workshops: re-writing a personal statement, developing your CV, avoiding plagiarism, developing an analytical thesis statement, tips for proofreading and editing, and more. Disciplines that have utilized our workshops: English Composition, Coaching Education, Engineering, Interdisciplinary Arts, Speech-Language Pathology, University College courses, OPIE, Chemistry. Interested in inviting a SWC rep into your classroom? Just download and complete our request form: WRITING CENTER REQUEST FORM NOTE: Instructors need to be present on day of workshop.