America’s Future Foundation invites you to an exclusive new seminar to improve your op-ed writing skills with professional coaching!
Be part of the inaugural AFF Working Group with a unique, 2-part seminar that will be led by Rob Montz, a senior writer at Keybridge Communications who has been published in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Investor’s Business Daily, Detroit Free Press, and others.
This seminar is only open to AFF contributing members and above. You can join now for only $35 if you are not already a member. If you are not sure, please email me. There is a small $10 fee to attend the seminar which covers the cost of food, drinks, and materials.
The sessions will take place Thursday, March 8, 2012 and Monday, March 12, 2012 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the CEI conference room located at 1899 L Street NW, 12th Floor. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
You will be asked to write a 700 word op-ed by Monday 3/5 that will be edited by the instructor and returned at the workshop. The first session will cover op-ed writing techniques and use your op-eds to build your skills. The second session will cover how to pitch your piece and get published. The seminar will conclude with incentives for the first op-eds to actually be published!
The AFF Working Group is designed not only to train you, but also use your skills immediately. Don’t miss this opportunity for unique, hands-on training and application of your writing skills!
There is limited space available for this seminar, so your RSVP is required by Friday, March 2 to me at this email.
For more information, call (202) 331-2261 or email me. We look forward to your participation.
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