June is here, which means high school and college students all over the country are gathering their cap, gowns, and graduation tickets, while proud family members are purchasing flower bouquets and leis. UCLA Extension students are similarly abuzz and eagerly looking forward to participating in their own graduation ceremony where they will be applauded for completing their certificate programs, an important first step on the way to a more fulfilling future.

On Friday, June 24, 2016 from 4-6PM, UCLA Extension will recognize the efforts of more than 300 of this year’s Extension graduates in a memorable ceremony at UCLA’s Royce Hall. Among the graduates are a number of Writers’ Program students who recently completed their certificate program either online or onsite in creative writing, screenwriting, and/or television writing.

Completing a certificate program and ultimately being recognized in the graduation ceremony requires patience, diligence, and long hours dedicated to writing. Whether it’s for personal or professional growth, the Writers’ Program’s phenomenal instructors and broad range of high-quality courses, offered both onsite and online, provide the flexibility that busy professionals need.

What are the benefits of getting a certificate? For starters, you receive a complimentary 1-on-1 consultation on your screenplay or the first 100 pages of your manuscript by a Writers’ Program instructor. You also get preferential placement on waitlists and advance notice of courses. But that’s not all. For a full list of benefits go here. If you are serious about completing a full-length novel, screenplay, TV script, or memoir, the certificate program is a great way to ensure you meet your goals.

The Writers’ Program is dedicated to helping people like you determine and reach your writing goals, whether you’re interested in a certificate program or just want to test the writing waters. Either way, our students get results. Check out the hundreds and hundreds of success stories of students who signed up for Writers’ Program courses and went on to get published or produced!

If you would like more information about our courses or certificate programs, click here.

If you are a current certificate graduate and would like more information about participating in the ceremony, i.e. tickets, dates, and deadlines, click here.

If you are interested in writing courses but aren’t sure what the best plan of action is, then let’s chat. Call us at (310) 825-9415.

Phoebe Lim is the Program Assistant for Creative Writing (Onsite). Contact her at 310-825-9416 or plim@uclaextension.edu.

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