Ages 14-18. For High School & Howard Community College students getting ready to embark on a career or college. Allow 60 min.
Local authors and writers share their path to English-related careers. Learn what they studied in college and outside of college, and what lead them to the job they have today. Chat with the authors to ask them questions and learn about their career path and current specialty. Consider different English-related jobs or discover something you might be interested in pursuing after high school or college.
Hear from Bruce Goldfarb author of 18 Tiny Deaths: The Untold Story of Frances Glessner Lee and the Invention of Modern Forensics; award winning authors, Jerdine Nolen, author of Freedom Bird: A Tale of Hope and Courage, and Laura Shovan, author of A Place at the Table; and Lillian Yu, a former writer for NBC, and Warner Brothers, and currently a television producer working on Kung Fu.
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