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Childrens Lit Fellows
       
Website childrenslitfellows.org
Year Established 2012
Program Description The Childrens Lit Fellows program is a 1-year graduate certificate in writing for children and young adults, accomplished primarily in distance learning format, that is customized, affordable, comprehensive, and professionally useful.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 1 year
Group Size or S:T Ratio 1:1
Program Focus Young Adult, Children's
Faculty Our accomplished and gifted faculty mentors are all established and esteemed children’s lit authors who are well-versed in all forms of picture book, middle grade and young adult fiction, as well as nonfiction.
Costs For a New York State resident, the whole year costs approx. $9,800; Out-of-State applicants pay approximately $17,000. The cost covers the 16 credits at the graduate level plus ancillary fees and housing during the two residencies.
U.S. Locations Southampton, New York
Months Year round
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.stonybrook.edu/southampton/mfa/childrens_lit/index.html
Contact Emma Walton Hamilton
Director, Children's Lit Conference and Fellows
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook Southampton, 237 Montauk Hwy
Southampton, New York 11968
United States
Phone: 6317454686
E-Mail: emma.waltonhamilton@stonybrook.edu

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