Welcome to CAPTA

Would You Like to Join the CAPTA Executive Board?

We are seeking several new positions!
Applications accepted until Dec. 7, 2016

This month, CAPTA will hold elections for three open positions on the CAPTA Executive Board, which meets monthly via Google Hangouts, to discuss and plan events to support the organization’s mission. Members of the Executive Board must be current CAPTA members; they may be directors, administrators, or staff members of secondary school writing centers, or be otherwise involved with supporting secondary school writing centers.

Board Members need not be local to the Capital Area; we are especially interested in including leaders outside of the region to help support online and digital collaboration projects we hope to continue moving forward as we expand to a national organization. We invite new perspectives and input from directors of high schools, middle schools, independent schools, etc.

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The Capital Area Peer Tutoring Association (CAPTA) exists to build community among secondary school writing and learning center directors, tutors, and partners; promote advocacy for peer-driven programs that transform schools by empowering student leaders; and support development and sharing of local resources for new and existing centers in the greater Washington, DC, area.

Learn more about who we are, join our organization, learn more about CAPTA events for tutors and writing center directors, read our blog, discover resources to help build and sustain your writing center, or like us on Facebook.

Questions? Contact us: capta.connects@gmail.com

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