Written Communications Workshop
LI's Written Communications Workshop is intended for writers in print and online media. This workshop teaches professional writing techniques required on Capitol Hill, for publication, and for many jobs in public policy organizations. Learn how to present your views effectively in this two-night training. Expert faculty will discuss how to break into conservative journalism by sharing lessons they have learned.
You will learn to:
• Break into conservative journalism
• Write persuasively and professionally
• Draft effective press releases and media advisories
• Use social media to promote your work
• Get published
Wed 5: 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM EST
Thu 6: 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM EST
Steven P.J. Wood Building
1101 N Highland St
Arlington, VA 22201 Map
$20.00 discount for early registration until 11/30/18
Your Cost: $30.00
Lauren Aronson is a managing director in FP1 Strategies' public affairs division where she develops and executes strategic communication campaigns. Lauren specializes in message development and media relations around conse...
Daniel Graham provides training and consulting about writing efficiency and quality to corporations and government agencies. He writes and publishes technical documents and business proposals. He is published in journals a...
Matt Purple is the managing editor of The American Conservative. Prior to that, he worked as the assistant managing editor at The American Spectator and as deputy editor for Rare Politics. His work has ap...
Stephen Rowe is the Deputy Director of Digital Training where he trains thousands on digital and political technology across the country. Stephen is also a contributor for Campus Reform.
Before joining LI, Ste...
Alec Sears is originally from Dayton, Ohio and is currently enrolled at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio where he studies Computer Science. On campus, Alec is the president and founder of Wright State Turning Point ...