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Online College-Ready Writing: Personal and Academic, Both! (Rising 9-12th Graders)

July 8 9:00 am - July 19 12:00 pm

UCLA Writing Project Summer Camp

Taiesha Fowler

Share your unique perspective through writing and learning from others. In this close-knit community of learners, you will develop your writing skills while engaging in relevant social issues. The workshop will focus on a range of writing genres, including poetry, the narrative essay, and argumentative writing.

To help develop your “personal academic voice,” you will read stimulating texts, engage in debate, and participate in the writing process. One part of the process involves receiving personalized feedback from peers and instructor to help you fine-tune your ideas and the way you express them. But as author, you have authority—and have the last word!

Whatever your current writing abilities, this workshop will help you sharpen and refine your skills while making real connections with your peers.

Fee: $650

  • Online
    Monday, July 8 – Friday, July 19
    Weekdays, 9:00AM – 12:00PM (PT)
Registration is closed since we have reached capacity for this program.

Please join our waitlist and we will let you know if space becomes available.

Taiesha Fowler is a National Board Certified Teacher who has taught for the past twenty years. Her expertise also includes fully integrating technology to raise student interest and to leverage achievement. Ms. Fowler is a published writer herself, and it is her passion for writing that gives her insight into how to best teach young writers. She earned her Masters of Professional Writing at the University of Southern California.


Sara Newman is a National Board Certified English teacher who’s spent the past seven years teaching high school freshmen and sophomores. She currently teaches at the Visual Arts Magnet at Fairfax Senior High School where she has been involved in developing new restorative justice, social justice, and International Baccalaureate programs. She loves listening to student-led Literature Circle discussions, research presentations, and poetry performances. Her goal as an English teacher is to help students become lifelong readers and writers who recognize their power to use language in order to change the world.


July 8 9:00 am
July 19 12:00 pm
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