Central Connecticut State University 2014 ©
TBD and 6 six weeks of online support
CCSU Main Campus, 1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT
What’s unique about Writing at Work?
A half-day writing workshop cannot solve anyone’s writing problems, but it can set the parameters for a new writing culture at work if it’s followed by hands-on editorial advice for several months. This unique CCSU program will feature a veteran professor, Mary Collins, who has served as a writing coach and workshop leader at a range of businesses, including insurance companies, law firms, and government agencies.
When you take CCSU’s half day class, you receive six weeks of follow-up editorial feedback via e-mail exchanges on your business-related writing. This unique structure allows you to build off of the basic half-day workshop and apply the new techniques in real-world situations, which is the best way to truly alter and improve life-long writing habits.
Mary Collins is currently an Associate Professor of Narrative Nonfiction at CCSU. She worked for 20 years in Washington, DC as a writer and editor for a range of clients, including National Geographic and the Smithsonian. She taught “Writing at Work” for many federal workers for Georgetown University’s Continuing Education Program as well as the Federal Government’s adult education school.