Cooper Street Workshops, a program of the Rutgers University-Camden Writers House, seeks instructors for multi-session non-credit workshops aimed at members of the Rutgers University-Camden campus and surrounding community.
Cooper Street is a workshop series for our neighbors in the Camden, South Jersey, and Philadelphia communities. Workshops may run one day, six sessions or anything in between. All applications for instructors for the Cooper Street Workshops will require the submission of a course proposal.
The most successful workshops have a clear topic or focus, provide beginning or intermediate writers with tools to improve their writing, introduce additional resources that participants can pursue on their own, and allow participants to walk away with something they’ve created.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Master’s degree is required.
Posting Number: 19FA1855
Location: Rutgers University-Camden
Internal Number: 96757
About Rutgers University
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