Applicants Needed for AAWW UCLA Scholarship!

Curtis Chin from APA for Progress asked me to share with all of you in the Los Angeles area who may be interested in this great opportunity from the Asian American Writer’s Workshop!

Apply by Friday, August 13th for UCLA scholarship for AAWW (Asian American Writer’s Workshop) members in Southern California!

AAWW participates in the Community Access Scholarship Program offered through the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program. Each year, AAWW nominates one aspiring writer from a diverse background and/or culture to receive three complimentary creative writing or screenwriting workshops. This writer is able to choose any three courses at the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program to be taken at any time during the UCLA 2010-2011 academic year (e.g. Fall Quarter 2010 to Summer Quarter 2011).

Application deadline is Friday, August 13, 2010, but sooner the better because applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. The application process includes committee review of submitted materials as well as phone interview of all applicants. Email cover letter, cv / resume, digital headshot photo (high quality / resolution) and as many writing samples of any and all genres that you desire to [email protected] The more writing samples you submit, the better. In the past, most applicants submitted at least three writing samples.

Open only to members of the AAWW who reside in the greater Los Angeles area, obviously who can attend the UCLA courses. AAWW membership status will be verified of all applicants. If you are unsure if you are an AAWW member, then most likely your membership has expired. Contact AAWW directly regarding membership.

Questions? Email us at [email protected].

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About Edward

Edward Hong is an actor and spoken poet. Passion to make a change in this world through the performing arts and activism defines his ongoing life and it is the struggle against all things unjust that gives him this passion to be one heck of a talkative, stubborn man. It, however, does not mean he strives to be a champion or role model of any community but to be the man who will be honest and say the things nobody will have the balls to say. He is the jester who is outspoken in what he believes in most passionately and therefore cannot be pinpointed that he will do what you expect him to do.
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