In addition to working with teens through our year-round Authoring Action and Just Us programs, we offer workshops for other youth programs, teachers and adults in for-profit and not-for-profit workplace settings. These workshops bring transformative personal insight and team empowerment to educational and professional environments.
Workshops In Schools:
Staff Development & Teacher Training
For teachers, we share our Authoring Action Process for the classroom and Arts Education programming. This training not only enhances teachers’ ability to develop their students’ creative writing, it introduces a valuable approach to learning that will augment cross-disciplinary subject matter. The training and approach will improve students understanding of the power of language through the written and spoken word. We believe that literacy is the ability to read and write toward self-determination.
To see the impact of our process, check out our youth program page and watch the video on our homepage.
Pen & Voice Workshops
For adults in a professional setting we believe that artistic exploration greatly enhances personnel performance. Each employee brings their story. Our workshops exercise storied contributions to office culture, customer service and client-care relationships.
Pen & Voice training workshops are minimum 1.5 hour sessions, ideally a half day. Contact us for pricing and scheduling. Download our brochure for further information and reference [download button]
Call 336.749.1316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
from the Wake Forest University Downtown Health Plaza workshop
“It helps when you feel comfortable with someone. You trust them more with your personal information. I will strive to make my patients more comfortable with me instead of just asking my routine questions. When that patient walks up, they come with their story.”
“You have to find out about yourself before you can help others.”
“I now look at every patient differently. I understand that everything isn’t easy for them.”
“It made me see outside the box.”