Word Experience is back and we’re ready for your applications.
Here are some details about how you can get involved.
Hello, we’re The Writer (thewriter.com), the world’s largest language consultancy.
The world’s best (and most humble) language consultancy is running a two-day workshop on 26th and 27th March 2015. We’re looking for 20 undergraduates who love writing to come and get inspired to write for a living. And if you’re really good, we might ask you to be one of our two paid apprentices.
We’ll show you how you can make a career out of writing for business. There’ll be plenty of writing exercises, linguistic brainstorms and home-made pecha kuchas* to get your teeth into.
(*Google has the answer.)
Keep reading if:
You already write for your course
- Maybe you study English, journalism or creative writing. Or maybe you just write a lot of essays.
You write in your spare time too
- You might write for your student paper, a blog, or fiction. It doesn’t matter as long as you write.
You’re a bit of a word geek
- You have a tendency to get excited or properly riled up by all kinds of writing. From tube ads to tubes of toothpaste, Booker Prize winners to Charlie Brooker.
Yes that’s me. What do I need to do?
- Send us 300 words telling us why we should pick you (and a way for us to get in touch with you) to email@example.com. Make sure ‘Word Experience’ and your name are in your subject line. And get it to us by 1st March 2015.