Youth Writing Camps- Comp Camp
What is Youth Writing Camp?
At Comp Camp, students
improve their writing skills,
meet new friends,
become published authors, and
celebrate their accomplishments with friends and family!
Students learn from experienced and effective classroom teachers and have access to computers at Ball State University. They participate in a creative workshop experience writing stories, poems, and essays taking a close look at the power of word choice, voice, organization, sentence fluency, organization, and presentation. Students develop their writing skills as they spend time immersed in the writing process and receive personalized feedback through participation in peer response groups, teacher conferences and author's chair.
Who should attend?
Students of any writing ability in grades 3-12.
Where will camp be held?
All classes take place at Ball State University, in the Robert Bell building.
How much does camp cost?
If you register by May 15, 2020, the 10-day camp program costs $125 (fee includes tuition, workshop materials, snacks, a certificate and a published anthology). After April 1, the registration fee is $150. Checks should be made payable to "Ball State University."
How do I register my child?
Complete and mail the registration form along with payment. Each camp is limited to the first 20 students to register and pay the camp fee!
Indiana Writing Project
c/o Dept. of English
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306
Summer Writing Camp
June 15-26, 2020
For students in grades 3-12
Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Robert Bell building, Ball State University
Indiana Writing Project reserves the right to cancel the workshop or class because of insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. If camp is cancelled, students are notified before the scheduled starting date, and registration fees will be refunded.
No amount will be refunded once a student attends at least one session of camp.