quinebaug valley community college

Freelance Writing

Freelance Writing 101
Legal assistants perform a variety of tasks to support lawyers, including maintaining and organizing files, conducting legal research, and drafting documents.

Program Description

Learn how to get started as a freelance writer, even if you’ve never been published before! This freelance writing certificate course will give you the tools you need to secure assignments with magazines, websites and other companies you want to work with online. Upon completing the course, you’ll have the resources you need to research, pitch, start writing and get paid for your work.

Requirements:
Basic computer technical skills including word processing.
Ability to communicate information and ideas in writing.

Time Commitment
• 6 Weeks
• April 13 – May 20,2020
• Mondays & Wednesdays, 6-8 pm

Payment Information
• Cost: $250

Completion of program does not guarantee employment.

Refund Policy
A 100% refund will be granted up until five (5) business days before the start of your class as long as the request is made during normal business hours.

About the Instructor
Kelly Martin has been a Freelance Writer since 2011. She has 25+ years as a legal assistant and decided to pursue a diploma in Freelance Writing from Penn Foster Career School.  She has been proofreading, copywriting and editing for many years and assures top-quality work.  She specializes in website content, blogging, social media posts, academics, personal statements, essays, and resumes and cover letters, but has also published many articles on varying subjects.  Kelly has also published two children’s books, with a third on the way and lives in Dayville, Connecticut with her husband and three children.  In addition to freelancing, she teaches night courses at Quinebaug Valley Community College and day courses at Roger Williams University.

 

Call 860-932-4005 with questions or to register