Youth and Teen Writers’ Camps
From songwriting to graphic novels to escape rooms and more, our camps help students hone their writing skills through interactive, creative and supportive programming.
Writing for Publication
Summer Workshop for Grades 6-12: Develop a piece of writing from start to finish for a collaborative anthology publication.
Cost: $50 per writer
Meeting dates and times:
June 1-29 – 9 sessions; Tuesday and Thursday nights 7:30-9pm CT
3 Oklahoma State University Secondary English Education Students with Dr. Sarah J. Donovan
What to expect:
Shared reading, writing and discussion activities; Introduction and modeling of effective writing strategies; Technology assisted instructional activities; Instruction in writing mode, genre, craft, and grammar for publication; A published piece in an anthology of writing with other workshop participants.
Goals of the Workshop:
Support critical thinking and joy in reading, writing, and discussion engagement in middle and high school; Nurture self-efficacy and confidence in literacy; Develop connections to the university and post-secondary education; Understand and experience writing as a process
- OSU Writing Project Policies for Families
- Parents/Guardians should understand that their child is participating in the workshop as part of a collaborative experience with other writers. Therefore, attendance is critical for both your child’s support and our OSU facilitators.
- Students who miss more than two sessions will be dropped from the workshop for the summer and the registration fee will not be refunded.
- You will need strong, hi-speed internet, a desktop, laptop, or tablet for your child’s participation. The writing session will last for up to 90 minutes with short breaks, so snacks are welcome, too.
- Parents/Guardians need to find a distraction-free space for virtual writing, as well as basic school supplies, such as a notebook and pencil.
- Graphic Novels with Tim Jessell
- Songwriting with Chris Goering