Annual Writers’ Program Scholarship Supports New Voices
The Writers’ Program pledge has always been to serve its audience with distinction—from quality instruction by professional writers, to the convenience of online, to fostering a supportive atmosphere for writers to excel at every stage of the craft. Awards and scholarships are part of the story, as well.
Begun in 2011, The Writers’ Program Annual Scholarship awards up to 10 scholarships to promising writers from diverse backgrounds and cultures. The scholarship allows the winners to develop their narrative voice; awardees can enroll in three full-length Writers’ Program courses during a one-year period.*
The awards were announced in August.
Congratulations to the 2014-15 winners: Tanya Adams, Stefanie Michelle Almendarez, Ha Kiet Chau, Elizabeth Doyne, Carrie Lynn Hawthorne, Andrea Higham, Aimee McKay, Ivan J. Ngo, James Rogers III, and Kylie Swenson.
Read more about the 2014-15 Writers’ Program Scholarship Winners.
*More about the Annual Writers’ Program Scholarship
About the Writers’ Program
As the largest and most comprehensive continuing education creative writing and screenwriting program in the world, the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program welcomes and trains writers at all levels of development whose aspirations range from personal enrichment to professional publication and production. Taught by an instructor corps of 200 professional writers, our curriculum features 400 annual open-enrollment courses onsite and online in novel writing, short fiction, personal essay, memoir, poetry, playwriting, writing for the youth market, publishing, feature film writing, and television writing, and is designed to accommodate your individual writing needs, ambitions, and lifestyle.
Writers Studio, Feb 5-18, 2015
Intensive Workshops in Creative Writing and Screenwriting
Books by the Writers’ Program
Cut to the Chase: Writing Feature Films with the Pros at UCLA Extension Writers’ Program
View Trailer – Cut to the Chase
Inside the Room: Writing Television with the Pros at UCLA Extension Writers’ Program
View Trailer – Inside the Room