Teaching

Cadet writing fellows develop as empathetic, effective leaders and communicators by putting their coursework into action through teaching - in the Mounger Writing Center through one-on-one consultations, in evening workshops for their peers, and through instructive class visits in consultation with West Point faculty.

Evening Workshops

Recently, cadet writing fellows have hosted evening workshops on topics ranging from the Mil Art paper, thesis statements, organization and structure, and academic research. 

The WPWP is developing a system for requesting cadet-led evening workshops tailored to specific topics; in the meantime, faculty can email the WPWP directly for more information.

Class Lessons

Cadet writing fellows also join their peers in classrooms across post, working closely with faculty in tailored workshops. 

The WPWP is developing a system for requesting cadet-led, in-class workshops tailored to specific topics; in the meantime, faculty can email the WPWP directly for more information.

One-on-One Consultations

In the practicum portion of their Writing Fellows Program coursework, cadet writing fellows work thirty hours per semester in the Mounger Writing Center, providing one-on-one consultations to their peers. After successful completion of WFP coursework, senior writing fellows staff the MWC for at least ten hours each semester.