The preferential deadline with rolling admissions thereafter for application is January 15. Applications submitted after this date will be considered on a case-by-case basis; for inquiries, please contact Graduate Studies.
Graduate Teaching and Internships
Through the Community Writers Program, Sarah Lawrence graduate writing students teach workshops, tutor or assist a writer-in-residence in the classroom. Support and training for writers in the Community Writers Program have included a monthly practicum and a series of workshops throughout the academic year. Students also have access to the Teaching Resource Center, an extensive collection of books related to teaching writing. Placements are available at a variety of traditional and non-traditional settings, and have included:
Baccalaureate School for Global Education (Astoria, Queens, NY)
If you have questions about the Graduate Writing Program internships or teaching opportunities for graduate students at Sarah Lawrence College please contact Alexandra Soiseth, Assistant Director of Graduate Writing, at 914.395.2371.