Triangle Writers Studio
We believe that a strong foundation in writing allows students to be the best they can. Thus, our mission is to help educate these students and inspire a passion for writing. Through our sessions, we raise money for local non-profits to maximize our impact on the community.
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Welcome to TWS
Triangle Writers’ Studio provides high-quality, affordable, and interactive writing lessons online. TWS offers one-on-one and small group sessions to promote a love for writing and provide students with skills that they can use for the rest of their lives.
What People Say
The class is extremely well-organized. The content is age appropriate as well as the right level of challenging. My child loves this class- she looks forward to it and is excited to tell me about it afterwards. I’m so grateful for this hour a week during our quarantine.S.N. (Parent)
You girls are doing an amazing job. We are so impressed by your professionalism, organization, and your passion for teaching. Thank you so much for everything you are doing for the community!S.D. (Parent)
While our mission is to teach students how to write effectively, we wanted to use our skills to give back to the community that has given so much to us during the ongoing pandemic. The fees we charge for our classes are all donated to local non-profit organizations each month.
TWS donated $575 to Red Canary Song in February 2021.
Red Canary Song is the only grassroots Chinese massage parlor worker coalition in the U.S. There are over 9000 workplaces like these across the country with no political representation, or access to labor rights or collective organizing. Anti-trafficking NGO’s that claim to speak for migrants in sex trades promote increased policing and immigration control, which harms rather than helps migrant sex workers. They also organize transnationally with Asian sex workers across the diaspora in Toronto, Paris, and Hong Kong.
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