Eight-week series focuses on personal writing, college essays
The Butterfield Library will host a Personal Writing and College Essay Workshop for students in 10th through 12th grades. The workshop series begins Monday, Feb. 2 at 5 p.m. and will run for eight weeks.
Participants will work on their autobiographical writing with a group of peers and an experienced editor of young adult personal writing. Marie O’Shea is a Columbia University School of Journalism graduate and a former editor of YCTeen magazine, which is written by teens for teens.
Space is limited for this workshop and registration is required. There is no additional charge for the program. Register online at butterfieldlibrary.org or call 845-265-3040.
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