Writing Fellows Application period opens
February 13 and closes March 17, 2017 at 11:59PM.
Brown's Writing Fellows Program is now accepting applications! Every year, Writing Fellows are chosen from applicants in the current first-year, sophomore, and junior cohorts. These students are professionally developed to provide one-on-one writing support as peer tutors in courses across the curriculum. Writing Fellows respond to first drafts of papers and then meet with writers in face-to-face conferences to discuss their plans for revision. Fellow typically work with 6-10 writers per semester. All new Fellows enroll in English 1190M during their first semester as Fellows (The Theory and Practice of Writing) and receive an $800 stipend per semester for their work.
Why Become a Writing Fellow?:
- You love to write yourself and want to continue growing and developing as a writer
- You enjoy reading others’ writing and you’re excited about the opportunity to talk about and work with other writers on their writing
- You’re interested in pursuing leadership roles within the program by becoming a Student Assistant Director or Diversity Outreach Coordinator
- You want to be a member of one of the oldest writing fellows programs in the country
If you’re interested, please join us at a Writing Fellow Info Sessions (pizza provided!):
Monday, February 13, 12:00 PM @ the Writing Center (SciLi 520)
Wednesday, February 15, 6:00 PM @ the Writing Center (SciLi 520)
Thursday, February 16, 12:00 PM @ the Writing Center (SciLi 520)
Monday, March 13, 6:00 PM @ Wilson 101
Apply now through UFunds
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org