Submitted by Erin Mooney
Calling all students! We know it's near the end of the semester and your are up to your eyeballs in projects. Need some help fine-tuning your writing? The Emory Writing Center in partnership with the Woodruff Library is now offering writing workshops.
The first three workshops are scheduled for the end of April, all from 4:00-5:00 pm in Woodruff Library Room 310. On Monday April 23, you can find out "Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Thesis Statements (but were too afraid to ask)". The format will be a one hour conversation on what makes a strong, compelling, convincing thesis statement.
The Resume and Cover Letter Clinic on April 25, will be a one hour conversation on how to best present yourself in a single page to a potential employer.
And if you are having trouble crafting your narrative for an application, the Personal Statements workshop will help you present yourself as a unique, dynamic applicant no matter what you are applying to.
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