Application for the 2020 Young Authors' Workshop
The 2020 Young Authors' Workshop will be held from July 6 - July 24, Monday through Friday, from 10:30-12, and 1-2:30 each day, and will take place virtually.

The camp is open to rising 9th-12th graders who are excited to explore a diverse range of genres, edit their writing in small workshop groups, and become a published writer. At the end of the program, students who meet the camp's requirements and expectations will be awarded a small stipend. Students from all over the Bay Area are welcome to apply, though priority will be given to students enrolled in SFUSD, particularly our partner schools. Priority will also be given to students with financial need.

Help us get to know you by filling out this application! At the moment, we are at capacity for the program, but have started a waitlist. Please submit your application and we will be in touch if space opens up. Thank you!
Name *
Age *
What are your pronouns? (choose all that apply) *
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What grade are you entering? *
What school will you attend in the fall? *
What is your mailing address? *
Please use this format: 826 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA 94110
The best email address for reaching you *
The best phone number for reaching you *
Are you eligible for free or reduced lunch through your school? *
Is English your first language? *
Home language (select all that apply)
Race/ethnicity (check all that apply) *
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Parent/guardian name *
Parent/guardian phone number *
What other summer plans do you have (jobs, other camps or programs, start of school, etc.)? How might that impact your ability to attend YAW? *
How did you hear about the Young Authors' Workshop? *
If your teacher recommended it to you, please include their name.
What do you hope to gain from the Young Authors' Workshop? Why are you interested in the program? *
What types of writing do you want to work on during this program?
Examples may include fiction, personal narrative, fantasy, sci-fi, spoken word, poetry, playwriting, graphic novels/comics, oral history, and more.
Write a short recipe for making you. Ingredients could be things like a certain kind of music, an important experience, or the culture or family that shaped you. Be creative, there are no rules! *
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