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Writopia Lab Summer Creative Writing Workshop, Ages 8-18
Writopia Lab is an award-winning non-profit organization that holds creative writing workshops for kids and teens.
Week-long summer workshops meet daily, Monday - Friday, for 3 hours a day. Each workshop enrolls a maximum of six participants and is led by a published writer and experienced teacher. The workshops, organized by age group, are peppered with original and fun writing exercises, but our primary goal is to help writers pursue their own writing interests and to *complete* excellent pieces.
Each participant leaves the workshop with at least one polished piece of original writing. All participants are invited to read their work at a local bookstore and to be published in our online magazine. For the last three years, Writopia Lab writers have won more Scholastic Writing Awards than any other group of kids in the country.
See our schedule here: http://www.writopialab.org/writopia-washington-dc.html
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-629-9510 for more information.
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9601 Medical Center
Rockville, MD 20854
|Where||Johns Hopkins University - Montgomery County Campus 9601 Medical Center Dr, Rockville, MD 20850|
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More About Johns Hopkins University - Montgomery County Campus
Best-known for its flagship campus and world-renowned medical center in Baltimore, Johns Hopkins's campus in Montgomery County hosts evening classes for 4,000 graduate students in the Carey Business School, the School of Education, the Whiting School of Engineering and the Zanvyl Kreiger School of Arts and Sciences.
The 215,000-square-foot campus has big plans that include an ultimate expansion to 2.6 million square feet that will put thousands of academics, researchers and entrepreneurs on a single campus.
The campus is part of the Great Seneca Science Corridor Master Plan approved by the Montgomery County Council in 2010. As such, it is a cornerstone of county efforts to build a "Science City" that aims to foster collaborations between higher education, government and industry.