Zach knows exactly how to move forward with his writing.
Abby has dozens of writing friends inside the YWW Community.
Katherine just received book offers from two major publishers.
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We help young writers get published on major blogs and websites.
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(Sources: Stanford University, Pew Research Center, and the NAEP)
(Sources: College Board and The National Commission on Writing)
Most young writers don't realize how much their parents spend on their activities.
(And all the parents say... "Amen!!")
So let's review a few numbers...
Music lessons? At least $80 per month — probably more.
Dance classes? At least $60 per month — probably more.
Sports? Really varies, but easily $70 per month during the season.
And these costs don't include expenses for instruments, pointe shoes, sports equipment, and gas for driving to lessons/practices.
The Young Writer's Workshop? Only $39 per month.
(Or only $30 per month if you pay annually.)
Get the ongoing mentorship and support you need to grow.
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Young writers... Please share this entire page with your parents BEFORE contacting us about the Pay-What-You-Can Policy. We generally don't offer scholarships without parental involvement.
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