The Guardian is launching a free writing course for all Guardian writers to tackle the world of journalism and how they can tackle their stories.
The course will be launched this month and is aimed at all Guardian staff and editors, including those who are not part of the Guardian’s paid staff.
It will also offer access to content from the Guardian Business and Culture team, which has published some of the best stories in the world.
In the course, students will tackle the stories behind the headlines.
Students will learn how to write short stories, how to design a story for social media, how they should write for an app, how the Guardian works with advertisers and other media outlets, and how to market themselves.
This week, the Guardian launched a free reading challenge to help its writers tackle the daily grind.
This year’s challenge involves students learning how to find the most important stories and the best ways to write them.
The Guardian’s managing director of content Nick Beams said: “This is a very exciting and challenging year for all of our writers.
We are delighted to be offering this free writing opportunity and to offer the Guardian staff an opportunity to share their thoughts on the news they cover.”
In addition to all the great content we produce, we are also committed to making this course as accessible as possible to all our writers.
“In its first year of free writing on its website, The Guardian has published more than 6.4 million articles.
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