Featured photo by Max Gondolfo, WW2017
“It made me a better journalist and a better human being.” — Justin Sweitzer, WW2016 Staff Writer and WW2017 Graphic Designer.
What did you do last Labor Day weekend? Go to a few picnics? Wash the car? Hold down the couch? While you were doing that, eleven students from seven different colleges spent the weekend interviewing, photographing, and recording first- and second-generation immigrants to create this print book.
This holiday, why not engage in something exciting. Unique. Something your friends and family have (probably) never done. Something meaningful. Profound.
Something that will change your life.
Something that will potentially change the lives of others.
Writing Wrongs is that opportunity.
Topic of WW2018: Domestic violence | Sexual assault
You may apply for one of the following areas:
Writing / Editing
Multimedia / Video
Social Media Management
Read the minimum requirements for each category.
INITIAL APPLICATION: MAY 1, 2018
Your initial application is the form on this page.
If you’re interested in participating, submit the completed form.
You will then receive instructions on what to include
in your official application packet.
OFFICIAL APPLICATION PACKET: JUNE 1, 2018
Students who applied for the 2018 program:
Information about your Official Application Packet
was emailed to you after you applied.
Search your email for email@example.com.
Check your spam folder.
Who can apply?
Anyone who is at least 18 and registered as a student in fall 2018 may apply. You can be a student at a community college, a four-year school, or a grad student. In order to produce the best product and get the full experience, students must be available for the entire program, Friday evening, August 31 through Monday, September 3, 2018.
This project usually attracts students majoring in English, Communications, Digital / Electronic or MultiMedia, Graphics Arts / Design, and Social Sciences, as well as students in honors and leadership programs. We encourage students from all disciplines to apply, as long as you meet the minimum requirements.
The program has expanded to include all Pennsylvania colleges and universities. We encourage students from other states to apply, keeping in mind that Writing Wrongs cannot assist with transportation costs at this time.