First-Year Writing Program
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A distinctive feature of Emerson’s MFA in Creative Writing and MA in Publishing & Writing programs is the opportunity for graduate students to gain training and experience in teaching writing as instructors of First-Year Writing courses, as teachers and tutors in community writing projects, as consultants in the college Writing Center, and as contributors to the ongoing development of our curriculum and program.
Eligibility and Hiring
Graduate students who are interested in teaching begin by taking WR600 Teaching College Composition, which is required to apply for positions in FYWP and our community writing projects. This seminar provides a historical context for writing instruction in the United States and familiarizes students with writing theory and pedagogy as they write short essays and peer reviews, develop assignment sequences, read and respond to student writing, and design a syllabus. The shared experience of collaborating on curriculum and assignment design introduces students to the participatory ethos of our FYWP and program philosophy. Each spring, senior FYWP faculty conduct interviews to fill positions across our programs and projects, and all graduate students who have completed WR600 are eligible to apply.