We pair WGAW members with like-minded organizations who work with young people from underserved communities on literacy, writing and filmmaking. Organizations we currently work with include Young Storytellers, Ghetto Film School, Get Lit!, PEN in the Community, and more.
Veterans are mentored by professional writers with a variety of backgrounds. Most are television writers or screenwriters, but we also invite journalists, poets, novelists and teachers.
Our Visiting Writers Program schedules writers to appear at colleges and universities locally and around the world.
Over the years we have recorded interviews with over 60 prominent writers about their careers and about their working lives and practices.
Throughout the year, the WGF hosts a variety of educational events for working and aspiring screenwriters and television writers, including Beyond Words (our WGA-nominated screenwriter panel) and Sublime Primetime (our WGA-nominated television writer panel), as well as many, many others.