Monday, January 17, 2011

You can’t spell “employment” without “em[w]p”

Bill Tucker

The good news is that the Eastern Michigan Writing Project has jobs. See the accompanying announcement. The bad news is that you have to apply and not everyone gets to work.
But don’t assume the jobs are hereditary. Every year we have new faces, and we’re grateful for every one. So take a chance and apply by February 1.

On a related note, we are applying for four mini-grants this year, and they all include modest stipends for the participants. Please let a co-director know if you are interested in working on any of the following:

Urban Sites Conference and Mini-grant --- Bill Tucker or Doug Baker
Rural Sites Mini-grant—John Staunton
Teacher Inquiry Mini-grant—Cathy Fleischer
Technology Mini-grant—Karen Chichester (TC ’10)

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