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The 15th Annual Olga Lengyel Institute New York Summer Seminar: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry on Teaching the Holocaust

The 15th Annual Olga Lengyel Institute New York Summer Seminar: An Interdisciplinary Inquiry on Teaching the Holocaust

NYCWP Regional Conference May 1 & 2, 2020

NYCWP Regional Conference May 1 & 2, 2020

Featured Speakers: Yolanda Sealey Ruiz and Kelly Chandler-Olcott

NYCWP Teacher Leader Julie Edmonds in the News

NYCWP Teacher Leader Julie Edmonds in the News

The New York City Writing Project’s Teacher Leader Julie Edmonds wrote a piece on her involvement with Assignments Matter for “The Current.” In her article, Edmonds shares her experience with the student jury that judged (and chose) her assignment and how the feedback from students has provided a productive way to […]

Writing into Summer – Teen Writing Camp 2020

Writing into Summer – Teen Writing Camp 2020

Spend two weeks at Lehman College this summer with the NYCWP’s Teen Summer Writing Camp! Unlock your creativity and originality by writing in different genres and in different spaces. The camp is based on the campus of Lehman College, a 4-year CUNY school, and includes field trips to Borough of […]

The NYCWP Invitational Leadership Institute is now Accepting Applications

The NYCWP Invitational Leadership Institute is now Accepting Applications

Every summer the New York City Writing Project hosts its Invitational Leadership Institute – the ILI- (formerly the Invitational Summer Institute, ISI), providing teachers with an intensive professional development series that builds skills in writing and the teaching of writing. The ILI will run Monday-Thursday, 10am – 4pm, July 9th […]

NYCWP Invitational Leadership Institute 2017: This We Believe

NYCWP Invitational Leadership Institute 2017: This We Believe

The NYCWP Invitational Leadership Institute 2017 has come to a close. This ending to ILI 2017 was definitely bittersweet and filled with so many memories in this short time. We’re delighted to share the brilliance of our leaders through their beliefs and just a few of the photos that capture […]

ELLs Summer in the City

ELLs Summer in the City

Current Grade 9 English Language Learners (ELLs) * are invited to attend Youth Voices: NYC Writing Project. A program designed for ELLs with a focus on reading, writing, and digital media. Youth Voices will connect students’ academic learning with their personal passions and wider concerns. This program does not award […]

New Media Arts – Youth Remixing History

New Media Arts – Youth Remixing History

Interested in a media arts career? In this exciting new course you will create a website about a social issue important to you while learning how to shoot video, take photos. edit in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere! Metro cards and lunch provided! Earn 1 BCC college credit!  July 5 […]

The New York City Writing Project is CTLE-Approved

The New York City Writing Project is CTLE-Approved

As of March 2016, the New York Board of Regents established new Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) requirements for all professional and Level III teaching assistant certificate holders. The New York City Writing Project is CTLE-approved. All programs and workshops provide CTLE hours that will contribute to teachers’ 100 […]

NYCWP Voices: Poems by Ingrid Chung

NYCWP Voices: Poems by Ingrid Chung

Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.   Spun Nightmare for the […]