Summary:Are you looking for creative ideas for advertising your Saturday seminar series, one-day workshop, or open institutes? If so, this collection of flyers from sites might provide you with exactly what you need or inspire you to create something of your own. Looking over these flyers with colleagues as you consider approaches to marketing your programs could be a great way to decide what features will be most effective when advertising your site's good work.
Original Source: Southern Maine Writing Project, Greater Madison Writing Project, Northwest Arkansas Writing Project, Bay Area Writing Project, NWP at Kent State University, Upper Cumberland Writing Project
One-Day Workshops for Outreach and Revenue
Many writing project sites raise funds by offering a series of one-day open workshops over the course of a school year. This list of workshops offered by the University of Mississippi Writing Project in 2013 may inspire teacher-leaders at other sites to think about how they could develop similar one-day programs in their own service area. (Note: the ongoing, updated schedule is available here)Read more
Short and Meaningful Programming: Expanding the Work and Reach of the Site
You're a teacher, not a small business owner? Yes, that is true, but running a Writing Project site and/or developing writing project programming requires an entreprenureial spirit and approach. With that in mind, this collection offers a glimpse into several ways sites have developed shorter, yet meaningful, programming that expands the work and reach of the site while also generating revenue.Read more
Foster a "culture of creativity" with these 826 Digital Resources
This holiday season, explore curated lessons from 826 Digital that spark creativity in young writers and their teachers.Read more