Have you been told that you should write a book? Have you thought of becoming a writer to express your unique voice? Does the desire to write keep coming back to you, but you don’t know how to start or where to publish? Have you written articles, but want to take your writing to the next level? If you can answer yes to all or some of the above questions then this mentoring program may be for you!
Hebraic Writers’ Workshop (HWW) is a two-month mentoring program that allows you to be mentored by accomplished Jewish writers on topics relevant to modern Christ-followers. The goal of this program is to take your current ability to do research and writing to a publishable level for popular audiences. This mentoring program is not a part of Jewish Context and Culture Program and if desired must be pursued separately.
Program begins in one month: Secure your seat today.
- 2 months-long project
- Personal interaction with a mentor via Skype
- Up to five cycles of feedback on an article
- Opportunity to publish at Israel Study Center website
Tuition: Talk to our representatives. You may qualify for partial scholarship.
*Upon successful completion, the article may be accepted for publication in The Israel Study Journal. Upon graduation from the program, affiliation with Israel Study Center may also be established for future collaboration.
- Dr. David Freidman
- Dr. Richard Harvey
- Prof. Faydra Shapiro
- Prof. Eli Lizorkin-Eyzenberg
- Lisa Loden
- English as a mother tongue
- Involvement in teaching/writing ministry
- B.A. degree or higher (exceptions can be made)
Take advantage of this incredible opportunity, leave your details below and the program director will call you to answer any questions.