The Salt Lake Community College Community Writing Center (SLCC CWC) helps community members with their writing.
Sine Cera: A Diversity Writing Series community reading
April 18 (Th), 6-9 p.m.
4th Floor Conference Room at the Main Library, 210 E. 400 S
Cost: Free, open to the public
Director Andrea Malouf says students can be involved by volunteering at the center.
“We do not look at ourselves as a service place, but as a learning environment,” said Malouf
The SLCC CWC gives assistance in writing resumes, short stories, poems and much more.
Malouf said that the SLCC CWC has even helped a member of the community write a letter to a parole officer.
The SLCC CWC has been around for 11 years and helps community members with a variety of programs such as Writing Coaching, where a community member sits down with a writing coach and discusses the member’s writing for 30 minutes.
Another program the CWC offers is the DiverseCity Writing Series (DWS)
The DWS offers multiple on-going writing groups around the metropolitan area of Salt Lake, which community members can join.
Community members have an inviting setting, in which to write and have the chance to find motivation through feedback from other members.
The DWS also gives community members a chance to submit work to the Sine Cera, a publication to showcase the writing of different groups in the DWS.
On April 18,students and other members of the community will be able to hear the voices of the DWS groups with the public reading of the Sine Cera.
Another event hosted by the SLCC CWC this month is a poetry contest. The SLCC CWC invites students and writers to participate in the 30 Poems in 30 Days challenge.
Writers can register throughout the month of April.
Students and writers can visit the SLCC CWC website for more information, rules and submission guidelines or call 801-957-2192.