Power Of The Pen is a 1-hour workshop designed to use project based learning to teach youth the importance how to spread kindness by writing a positive message to someone else. We also teach how to write letters to their local officials, the importance of journaling for self-expression and we deliver our WOW Pledge Cards to sign and share. (1-Hour Workshop/Facilitation)
The Power Of The Pen 8-Week Creative Writing Course curriculum utilizes a project-based learning model with educational activities to measure milestones of writing development and social/emotional learning through creative writing. This course can be completed in 8-week sessions with 1 session per week or 4 week sessions with 2 sessions per week. Each session counts for one hour of instructional time. Contact us for more info and a curriculum outline for your school or youth organization.
Write It. Speak It. is a 2-hour workshop designed to teach speech writing and structure the delivery of a 3-5 minute speeches as practical application. This includes pens, pledge cards, and a workbook with resources to help develop skills for public speaking, advocacy and powerful presentation delivery. (2-Hour Workshop. Hour 1- Writing/Hour 2- Speaking)
WE SPEAK! Academy is a 12-week public speaking academy for youth grades 7-12. We use practical in class presentations and speaker training from renowned national speakers and certified trainers to help our students excel at the art of oration and effective advocacy.
Writing Our Wrongs has joined forces with My Brother's Keeper (MBK Foundatin) for the lauch of our Courage To Be The Change After School Program.
This program is held weekly, every Monday at the Collier Park Recreation Center in Atlanta. Learn more about our After School Program and how to get involved!
Looking for a way to Be The Change? Become a W.O.W. Program Instructor or Volunteer. Contact us to learn more about opportunities to facilitate a W.O.W. Workshop in your area.
BE THE CHANGE by enrolling today as a W.O.W. Partner to sponsor a student to participate in our writing and speech classes and workshops.
Through our partnership with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, we have the opportunity to instill our 3 Core Beliefs through the DJJ Book Club & Book Drive.
We host a monthly book club meeting to introduce students to stories that resonate and empower them to use their voice in a powerful and productive way. The book club is a volunteer extension of our educational creative writing program to create a platform for students to discuss their thoughts and ideas around central themes of anti-bullying and social justice and the power of rehabilitation.
Be the change and become a book club volunteer or donate books today.
Donate from our reading list for the student book club today. Please contact us to become a book club volunteer.