Free, One-On-One Help for Madison Area Residents
Sometimes the hardest part of getting a job is getting started. Summarizing your entire work and life experiences in a single resume and cover letter can be daunting. And navigating the web, asking people you know for help, on top of reading and filling out forms and applications, can be downright scary. Did you know that free help is available to assist in the writing process?
The Write Stuff
Having an organized, well-written cover letter and resume can be a big asset in your job search. Madison Writing Assistance (MWA) offers free, one-to-one help with these important steps in getting a job. Their friendly, experienced tutors help native and non-native speakers of English with:
- Cover letters
- Job applications
- Basic computer assistance
- Navigating the web to find jobs
- Reading and filling out forms and applications
For help, you can set up an appointment with a tutor at a location close to you. Check out their hours and locations.
Wow! What Else Do They Do?
They also help community members with all kinds of writing – grant proposals, memoirs, fiction, poetry, and more. For more information, contact the staff of Madison Writing Assistance by email.
Who Are these Writing Wonders?
MWA is a service of the UW-Madison Writing Center. Their staff is comprised of experienced writing tutors who are also PhD students in English at UW-Madison.