Projects and Service Opportunities

Consultation services

The WID/AC Program also offers consultation and resource services. Trained members and friends of the program (including Writing Fellows) assist interested faculty, staff, programs, and departments with research and assignment consultation, classroom visits, and workshop preparation and delivery on any topic relevant to writing, critical thinking, and research skills across the curriculum and in discipline-specific modes.

Professional development workshops through CETL

WID/AC offers workshop sessions on writing-related concerns through the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Writing Fellows

Our Writing Fellows have been developing and instructing CCBC courses designated as "writing intensive" (program pilot) from 2011 to the present. Currently, WI courses are offered in Speech and Mass Communications, Criminal Justice, Business, and Science. STEM-based sections of English 101 and 102 are also offered through the English Department. Learning Communities that pair English courses with other disciplines are offered across CCBC. Contact each School for a current list of course offerings.

For more information about projects,workshops, and service opportunities, including volunteering to help with our annual conference, please contact Paige Rogers, WID/AC Program Director.

For more information about serving on the Conference Committee, please contact Yvette Myrick, Conference Committee Chair.