"Girl Power" Writing Workshop
Calling all middle school girls! Are you interested in writing about your experience as a girl in this world? Are you ready to express yourself? Then bring your enthusiasm, passion, and pen! This world needs to hear your voice!

Co-led by Adrienne Burris and Mary Schreuder, this writing workshop will focus on the exploration of what it means to be a girl in the modern world. Through reading and writing poetry, this workshop will address topics relevant to girls’ lives such as media representation, leadership, body image, relationships, and empowerment.

Running for 8 weeks from Aug. 24th-Oct. 12th, the Girl Power writing workshop will be on Monday afternoons from 4:00-5:30 on the 4th floor of M. Judson in downtown Greenville, SC.

This workshop is part of Ms. Schreuder’s dissertation research for Clemson University. Participation in the research project is completely voluntary. Participation in research will not affect any girls’ participation in the workshop. An informational meeting will be held for parents in late summer to give further details about the workshop and research project.

Mary Schreuder is a PhD candidate at Clemson University in the Literacy, Language, and Culture program. As a former middle and high school English teacher, Mary has promoted student poetic voice through in-school writing workshops and student poetry readings. Her poems have appeared in English Journal, The Birmingham Arts Journal, The Broad River Review, and elsewhere.
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FOR STUDENTS: Please write a paragraph of under 250 words, answering the prompt: "Tell us about something beautiful."
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