Writing Center Fall Workshops

The Writing Center has scheduled their workshops this fall to meet the needs of students who must send out resumes and graduate school applications soon.  In addition, our Thesis Proposal workshop is scheduled before the honors proposal is due, allowing you to talk with us and with peers about questions and concerns.

 At these interactive workshops, you get to talk with Writing Center staff and with peers about how to create the document that best suits your situation. Whether you come with a draft or with nothing but questions, our workshops are designed to accommodate you.  Afterwards, feel free to make an individual appointment with one of the Writing Center staff, from whom you may receive more feedback on your work.

Please call 73141 to register for the workshop of your choosing. If you are interested in one of the workshops but are unable to attend, please make an individual appointment to discuss your writing project.

 Honors Thesis Proposal Workshop:  Getting Started: Wednesday, September 5 at 5 p.m. in 200G Roberts Hall
This workshop is designed not only to give you the support and guidance of Writing Center staff, but also to help you meet other Thesis writers with whom you can share ideas, questions, anxieties, and (we hope) triumphs.

We will talk about:
•planning a long writing project
•suiting your plan to your own writing process
•learning to write a scholarly paper within the conventions of your field
•soliciting and using the feedback of peers, instructors, and writing consultants

Resume and Cover Letter Workshop: Wednesday, October 3 at 5 p.m. in 200G Roberts Hall

Are you conducting a job search?  If so, the Writing Center invites you to our workshop, “Writing Your Resume and Cover Letter.” We can help you with everything from making a list of skills and experiences appropriate for your resume and cover letter to developing strategies for tailoring them to the job you want. Please join us.


Personal Statement Workshop: Wednesday, October 24 at 5 p.m. in 200G Roberts Hall

If you are applying to graduate school, law school, medical school, professional school, or any other program that requires a personal statement, you won’t want to miss this workshop.

Learn about:
•what admissions committees look for when they read personal statements
•the steps you need to take to prepare your statement
•the resources available at Bucknell to assist you in your personal statement writing process

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