THE KNOW

Inquiring Minds. 

Pursue knowledge.

Write with purpose.

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Our free Masterclasses are open to all teenagers and adults.

 

Our  one-hour Masterclasses offer a taste of upcoming courses in a range of literary and artistic disciplines. Led by The Knowledge Project’s dynamic coaches, Masterclasses are open to teenagers and adults.

IN PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

The Knowledge Project’s foundational writing, media, and creative arts programs help students deepen their knowledge, express their ideas, communicate and write clearly. Trained in a dynamic “can-do approach,” coaches and mentors lead virtual instruction (during the current pandemic). Social-emotional learning woven into each course incorporates strong values, self-reliance, critical thinking, and leadership skills.

Writers and artists share strategies and guide students to complete projects that show their understanding of the rules of good writing, finding their unique voice for effective writing, artistic process, style and technique. These skills transfer to real-world applications and reflect each student’s interests.

I WRITE NY aims to cultivate communities of emerging young writers and artists from our ever-expanding network. Participants work with coaches and mentors and are encouraged to apply for apprenticeships in their area of interest. Their best work may be selected for events, exhibits, or publications. The outcome: a treasure trove of exceptional work by youth.

Announcing: I WRITE & GO

Free meet-the-author event.
A positive writing experience for teens.

IN THE KNOW

Winter Programs

Remote Writing & Media  for Middle & High School Students.

I Write NY Challenge

New York Story writing challenge for Middle & High School Students.

CCWC Challenge

Wonder Years, K-8th Grade

But writing is about discovering that anything is possible, about rediscovering what can beinvented, reinvented and redefined in how we see the world around us. The Know has that spirit in its many programs which pair its mentors, professional writers, with young students in public schools to work on their writing.

-Crystal Skillman, Playwright

I wanted to write and let you know how grateful I am that there is a program such as yours. We have always encouraged our children to use their imaginations and creativity and I think it is wonderful that there are organizations who formally recognize a child’s creative writing ability.

-B. Pooley, Parent, Cedar Rapids, IA

HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT US

Donate to us

Your gift bridges the gap in learning and literacy across all communities served. We go beyond schooling, offering skills training and connecting students to the professional world. Since 1995, The Know builds student confidence and competence through its outreach, mentoring, and programs. Support its legacy and touch the lives of eager students whose talents might otherwise go unrecognized.

Work with us

Participate in the I Write NY mission to cultivate the next generation of effective writers and emerging artists, responsible journalists, and mindful communicators. Tell The Know team how you and corporate volunteers can help support our mission with a strategic partnership.  Use your employees’ knowledge and experience to mentor kids in a project that introduces students to your field. 

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New York, NY 10038
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