A&M-Texarkana to hold 30th Young Writers’ Summer Workshop

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Texas A&M University-Texarkana will be holding its 30th
annual Young Writers’ Workshop from July 15-26 on the university’s Bringle Lake
Campus. The camp is a collaborative effort between the East Texas Writing
Project and A&M-Texarkana’s English Program, and is open to students going into
grades 1-12.

The two-week program takes place from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm each weekday, and
participants spend their time engaged in reading, writing, and artistic activities
designed to develop and deepen their understanding of genres and themes often
left underexplored in traditional classrooms. Age appropriate themes and genres
are selected for each grade level. This year’s themes include A World of Holidays
(1st and 2nd grades), Celebration Station (3rd and 4th grades), Memorable Moments
(5th and 6th grades), My Favorite Things (7th and 8th grades), and Blasting to the
Future (9th-12th grades).   

Participants have a chance to show off their work during the workshop’s closing
ceremony, and have the opportunity to have their work published in the
program’s annual anthology. The cost for the Young Writers’ Workshop is $40 per
student and registration is open now at https://www.tamut.edu/young-writers/.
The Young Writers’ Program is sponsored by:
• Arkansas Community Foundation/Texarkana Area Community Foundation.
• Kiwanis Club of Texarkana
• Bobbie Arnold Atkinson Foundation

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For more information about the program, contact Dr. Corrine Hinton, Assistant
Professor of English at 903.223.3124 or Corrine.Hinton@tamut.edu.

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