On June 2, hundreds of people gathered to hear Visions In Education students read from their recently published books. The books stem from the Finding Your Voice class that Visions offers every semester. The class allows students the opportunity to write in a safe and collaborative environment and discover their potential as a writers. The overall goal is to change students from reluctant writers to confident writers. Visions collaborates with 916 Ink to bring in community writers and influencers as well as to publish the books. This semester, three books were published:
- Around the World in 12 Weeks
- Quiet Storms
- Words on the Wind
The event and class were a huge success! Click here for all the photos. If you are a student and are interested in becoming apart of this tight-knit community, Fall enrollment for Finding Your Voice is now open!
Finding Your Voice, the Visions In Education writing workshop, will be offered in three locations in the fall of 2014-2015. It is offered to any high school student in any academy as well as mature 8th graders. The classes will meet each Friday of the fall semester from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the following locations:
- Carmichael (Christ Community Church)
- South Sacramento (St. Luke’s Church)
- Benicia (pending adequate enrollment)
Our creative writing classes allow students the opportunity to write in a safe and collaborative environment and discover their potential as a writer. Our goal is to change our students from reluctant writers to confident writers. Let your teacher know if you are interested!