Writing Center Fellowships

 To put it as simply as possible, The Coe Writing Center is an institution dedicated to helping students become better writers. For a far more detailed description (not to mention random, interesting information), please visit the Coe Writing Center Webpage.

Why might you want to work in this place? First of all, we'll pay you. Secondly, if you have to have an on-campus job, you might as well do something fun, and we (the esteemed student consultants of the Writing Center) guarantee that this is a fun job. There are also the fringe benefits, like accidentally becoming a better writer yourself along the way.

For incoming freshmen, a job in the Writing Center is available through a fellowship competition which includes interactions and interviews with current Writing Center faculty and staff. This allows us a chance to get to know you, and you get a chance to find out what you might be getting yourself into.

The fellowship is $1,000 per year for four years, and requires three years of actual employment in the Writing Center. The year off enables you to take time off to study abroad, pursue an internship, or otherwise seek enlightenment. Student consultants are also enrolled in a .3 credit training course - Topics in Composition -  which you are paid to attend weekly.

If you are interested in working in the Coe Writing Center, contact Dr. Bob Marrs for more information. 

















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