The Center for Writing and Communication

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The mission:  To 

offer workforce development programs, focusing on people with disabilities and low-income women, to include improving writing and communication skills, developing softskills, and enhancing workplace competencies. The initiatives are designed to improve income potential, increase self-esteem, promote independence, expound creativity, and enhance money management competence for individuals with disabilities and low-income women.


Upcoming events highlight job development and retention, supportive services, and ongoing efforts to fund these programs.

EVENTS:

March 27, 2014 - Bringin' Home the Bacon

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The Center for Writing and Communication

 
Our programs provide enrichment for:

• Currently employed individuals

• People re-entering the workforce after voluntary or involuntary displacement 

• People with disabilities and low-income women

Building writing skills is vital to effective job-related communication.  CWAC offers programs beneficial to the employer/agency and employee/client emphasizing writing as a process involving generating ideas through revising, editing, and self-critiquing and by teaching basic grammar, punctuation, and spelling strategies in the context of actual usage in the workplace.  Programs are designed for individual learning or group training.

  • Business Reading and Vocabulary
  • Business Grammar and Writing
  • Business Writing Basics for Professionals
  • E-mail Etiquette
  • Powerful Presentations (PowerPoint)
  • Business Proposals and Plans
  • Resume and Cover Letters
  • Public Relations Writing

The Center for Writing and Communication is a 501(c)3, EIN: 26-0732518

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