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High School Writing Conference

Friday, December 8th, 2017
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About

Positions0 Remaining
Close Date5 days before the event starts or when space runs out.
Age LimitTeens & Older
Description
Ozarks Writing Project (OWP), partner of the Center for Writing in College, Career, and Community, invites students in grades 9-12 to the Missouri State University campus for a day of writing. Teacher-writers in southwest Missouri will conduct sessions designed to inspire students to Make Your Statement, Write Your Story. Workshop genres will include fiction, short story, novel writing, poetry, satire/humor, social justice, social media and more.

Students will attend four workshops in Siceluff Hall plus an opening session in Plaster Student Union. They will eat lunch in Blair-Shannon.

Sign on to assist in providing 300 enthusiastic, talented and motivated high school students an amazing writing experience.
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PerksBag and notebook with MSU and conference logo. Lunch provided for volunteers who supervise lunch.
CausesArts & Culture Children & Youth Community Computers & Technology Education & Literacy Media & Broadcasting
SkillsArtistic Help Arts and Crafts Computer Troubleshooting Help w/People Mentoring Multimedia Recreational Activities Tutoring Writing
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16 Positions Filled | 4 Impacts | 16 Hours

Start Address: Plaster Student Union, Missouri State University, 901 S National, Springfield, MO 65897
End Address: Siceluff Hall, Springfield, Missouri 65897

Shifts (2)

Name & TimeDescriptionPositions
 
Start: Fri, Dec 08, 7:45AM
End: Fri, Dec 08, 11:35AM
Be the first to greet buses and welcome students onto campus. Assist with check-in and distribute participant materials. Take attendance. Support presenters in the classrooms and assist the students as needed. Assist with set up and clean up.11/25Over
Start: Fri, Dec 08, 11:15AM
End: Fri, Dec 08, 2:45PM
Direct students to stations in the cafeteria. Take attendance. Support presenters in the classroom and assist students as needed. Assist with clean up. Direct students to buses.5/25Over