Happy New Year, SprinNGers!
The New Year is finally here, and we are so excited to welcome you to 2023 and share all the fantastic opportunities we have lined up for January.
Although there will be no publications for this month, there are excellent opportunities for you to check out and apply for!
Visit the links below to see the opportunities that are currently open at SprinNG.
Sign up for the SprinNG Advancement Fellowship this month!!!
You can sign up at any time of the month.
Click HERE for more information.
The SprinNG Advancement Fellowship (SAF) is a self-paced (3 weeks) programme that helps develop career content and improve your professional communication skills to attain academic and career goals. The fellowship covers six core courses: Resume/ CV Writing, Cover Letter Writing, Personal Statement Writing, Interview Preparation, Answering Interview Questions, and S.M.A.R.T Goal-Setting.
Participants are provided concise learning materials including videos, worksheets, short guides, and assignments to build their career portfolio for pursuing opportunities like jobs, internships, fellowships, university admissions, and more. They will receive feedback and guidance from SprinNG to perfect their career content and stand out.
The program costs N30,000 only. Pay, sign-up, and get started immediately!
Application for the SprinNG Writing Fellowship (Nigeria and Ghana) opens on January 15. Click HERE for more information.
The SprinNG Writing Fellowship (SWF) is an intensive 6-weeks online mentorship programme for developing Nigerian and Ghanaian writers with great potential and willingness to learn and develop their craft.
This fellowship focuses on Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Book Review, Play/Drama and Blogging. During the 6 weeks, mentees will be in contact with their mentors, sending them their works, getting reviews and commentaries. Mentors and mentees will aim to work on at least 1 piece of writing in their select genre per week. The SprinNG Creative Writing Fellowship is only open to writers that have not published a book before (eBook/hardcopy).
The medium of communication between the mentors and mentees throughout this programme will be via email, phone calls, WhatsApp, and text messages. All mentees will be provided weekly N500/¢10 airtime during the programme.
SprinNG continues to collaborate with Contemporary Ghanaian Writers Series (CGWS) to help enhance the fellowship visibility.
We are still accepting submissions until January 31, 2023.
We are accepting submissions in all genres from Nigerian writers. You may submit between 1-3 pieces (of the same or different genres) for this period only. You may submit Poetry, Fiction (Flash fiction, Short Stories etc.), or Creative Nonfiction (Essays, Book Reviews etc.). Writers have the option of submitting on theme(s) of their choice. Work(s) submitted should not have been published elsewhere (on a literary platform, personal blog, or social media page).