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POWER OF THE PEN

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Power of the Pen is seeking a volunteer to coordinate the collection of digital Permission to Publish forms and photo releases from schools for 7th and 8th grade students participating in our 2021-2022 creative writing tournaments. The volunteer will be responsible for following up with schools who are late in submitting their forms and helping the schools to properly submit all required forms.

This is a virtual opportunity that can be done from anywhere in Ohio. Training will be provided. The volunteer must provide his or her own computer and Internet connection. A background check and a confidentiality agreement are required.

This is a terrific opportunity to use clerical and organizational skills for the benefit of aspiring authors.

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About POWER OF THE PEN

Location:

PO Box 2640, North Canton, OH 44720, US

Mission Statement

We empower young people to find and develop a creative voice that is uniquely their own by engaging students in interscholastic writing tournaments and providing a platform for publication.

Description

Power of the Pen hosts district and regional creative writing tournaments throughout Ohio, culminating in a state tournament in May. Every school year, thousands of 7th and 8th graders throughout Ohio compete in Power of the Pen tournaments, finding inspiration and encouragement to tell their stories.

For more than 30 years, Power of the Pen’s mission has been to empower young writers to find and develop their own unique creative voice. We accomplish this through writing tournaments that provide the incentives of competition and one-on-one feedback for each participating writer. For months before tournaments begin, students practice with their schools’ creative writing clubs to prepare for competition. At tournament awards ceremonies, the shouts and cheers in celebration of excellent writing rival those of the most heated sports competition.

The best student writing from tournaments is published annually in our Book of Winners, which serves as a mentor text for 7 th and 8 th grade Power of the Pen writers. In addition, we provide support to Power of the Pen creative writing club coaches as they prepare their students for tournaments. In a typical year, more than 3,000 writers participate in the program.

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

PO Box 2640North CantonNorth Canton, OH 44720

(40.8854,-81.4142)
 

SKILLS

  • Administrative Support

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Time commitment is approximately varies from 1 to 5 hours per week from December through the end of May.
  • Volunteer must provide their own computer and Internet connection. Background check and confidentiality agreement are required.

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