Op-Ed Writing To Make A Political Difference (1839)

Saturday, March 10, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sold out!

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$100 (10% off for members)

What do “the people” think? Your voice on subjects that make the news—such as immigration policy, tax codes, Medicare and Medicaid funding, sexual harrassment, gun laws and more—can be heard by the public at large on the op-ed pages of our nation’s newspapers. Learn how to research, write and pitch to editors the accepted format of a 750 word op-ed suitable for publication in mainstream, top-tier newspapers. Op-eds are printed every day in over 100 newspapers, giving you thousands of opportunities to say something in print that can persuade others to your point of view, and provide you with a valuable byline for your portfolio. This one-time class gives you the tools to 
make a difference.

Joyce Winslow served as spokesperson and media liaison for the Federal Agencies for Medicare and Medicaid, working with some 800 reporters nationally. She also worked as Commentary Editor for the non-partisan, non-profit Rand Corporation writing OP EDS on myriad subjects for several years. She has a 98% success rate writing, pitching, and placing OP EDs in national top tier media under her byline, and the bylines of junior and senior experts on a full range of topics that impact Americans, including in The New York Times, The Wall St. Journal, USA TODAY, State 
newspapers and political magazines. 

REFUND POLICY: Please note that we can issue class refunds up until seven (7) days before the first class session.