Sure, professional writing is important. I’ll need to be able to write without making any spelling or grammar mistakes when I get a job after graduation, but that’s what ENGL 101 is for, right? Well, sort of. English 101 is supposed to teach the basics of writing, but the emphasis is on long, dry academic papers. Walking a reader through the evolving morality of Huck in “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” is great for a student or an English professor, but it’s probably not what your employer wants from you. So, how does professional writing differ from the writing in 101 and the rest of my academic career? Continue Reading
Are you having trouble keeping a job or a relationship? Is life throwing you more curveballs then you can handle? It sounds like you could use some resilience. Profwrite Inc. is here to help. Continue Reading
Well, if you’re reading this blog it’s probably not too late. For better or worse, it takes some degree of curiosity to read about curiosity. Still, maybe there’s some info in here that you don’t already know. With all the benefits an inquisitive mind can grant you, surely not reading this is not a risk worth taking, right? Not for someone as curious as yourself. Continue Reading
Blogging is hard. There are so many ways to throw together a blog that it’s hard to pick just one, but you won’t get anywhere unless you can stay consistent. So, the good folks at ProfWrite decided to pick for you. Today, we’ll be going over a way to throw a good old classic soft skill blog together. Continue Reading
The term “soft skills” originated in a 1972 U.S. Army training manual which defined “soft skills” as “skills, abilities, and traits that pertain to personality, attitude, and behavior rather than to formal or technical knowledge.” Hard vs Soft Skills The Continue Reading
In 2017, Profwrite Inc. created promotional material designed to demonstrate the value of a BA in English. As part of the project students created infographics and memes to publish on social media. The following examples were published on Twitter @ulprofwrite.
This business services proposal, prepared by Profwrite Inc. has been created exclusively for use by the Professional Writing Program. Executive Summary As requested by Professional Writing Program, the following proposal has been devised in order to promote the need for Continue Reading
Profwrite is an organization of professional writers. We produce a range of professional documents to meet the needs of our clients. Small collaborative teams led by a project administrator are responsible for decision making, content creation, and publication. Team Map Continue Reading