Making a new year's resolution to finish your dissertation ASAP? Get a jump start that will help you strategize and find others in your area with whom you can compare notes and maybe even start a meetup for regular writing this semester.
Each workshop is capped at 10 participants to make sure the instruction is personalized. Four to six hours of workshop are designed to get you past your sticking points. Get help with (a) the politics of graduate departments and negotiating with advisors, (b) tools and resources to assist in research and writing, (c) APA compliance, and (d) one-on-one sessions to give specific methodology advice. See Event Details below for an hour-by-hour description. For information on the presenter, see the About Me page. Also, check out the Free Resources section of this website.
$285 Full workshop = 6 hours of workshop with lunch included (10 am - 5 pm)
$185 Half workshop = 3 hours of workshop with lunch included
$85 Full workshop as a scholarship (described below)
$85 One-on-one 50-minute individual strategy and writing session with presenter at 6:30 pm Saturday or on Sunday
A $50 pre-pay to hold your spot will go toward your total. The remainder is due prior to the workshop.
Those in the helping professions--which includes teaching, social work, nursing, and non-profit leadership--work hard to make the world a better place. Often the pay isn't as much as professions that require a similar amount of training, especially when working for underserved groups. That's why we're keeping the cost reasonable and offering scholarships based on social contribution for workshop participants to attend the full workshop at $72. To apply for the scholarship, send a one-page resume plus one page answering the following questions to email@example.com:
1. What is the title and purpose statement of your dissertation?
2. What is your current job title and/or volunteer work? Who do you serve, or are preparing to serve, and why?
3. What are your demographics? We are seeking grant funding to help cover the costs of potentially offering a large number of discounted seats, and this requires reporting on gender, head-of-household status, full-time parental caretaker role, or any other potentially challenging characteristic.
ABD student small workshop format helps foster relationships for accountability & resource sharing