I'm planning to have a writing career when I'm older, but with quarantine going on, I'm not sure that I'll be able to do any summer programs in real life. Are there any online programs that people recommend?
(I'm a junior, 17 yrs old)
Boston University has a summer creative writing program that is completely remote now: https://www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/academic-immersion/creative-writing/
I'm not sure if being remote affected the cost, but the website says the program fee is: $4,940
The New York Times also has remote writing programs that you can look through here: https://nytedu.com/pre-college/summer-academy/online/course-catalog/?topic=writing
They seem like good options if you're interested in journalism. For a price comparison, the NYT creative writing program is: $2,850
Hey @Quinn271 - here are some suggestions I came up with after reading your response to my comment above!
1) Columbia's summer writing programs for high schoolers is online this summer I think. There are a few courses that seem like you might like. Look under the "creative writing' section:
Those courses are on the more expensive end though, like $4,500
2) This one is more focused on writing the college essay, but using creative writing techniques. Could be good to get ahead on application essays too:
That one is lower cost, $700
3) Check out other college summer programs that might be local to you or that you might want to experience before you apply there. Examples:
https://www.summer.harvard.edu/course-catalog/ssp-courses?subjects=Creative%20Writing - $3,400 for 4 credit courses
https://reynolds.denison.edu/program-details/ - $650 if online
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