Community-Word Project’s Teaching Artists Training and Internship Program (TATIP) has a classroom internship component. Pairs of trainees are assigned to join Teaching Artists teams to gain hands-on experience working in NYC classrooms.
CWP's Teaching Artist Training and Internship Program (TATIP) offers an elective seminar in Creative Aging for those who want to work with older adults.
The 2013-2014 school year saw 1,700 students in CWP's collaborative arts residencies. Here are some statistics on our impact this past year.
Community-Word Project took students on a field trip to Poets House in order to introduce them to the rich variety of cultural institutions in New York City.
Grace Lee recently completed CWP's Teaching Artist Training and Internship Program. Here she discusses her writing and arts background and how she found our program.
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