New York Institute of Career Development Releases New Tips for Writers

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Last week, the New York Institute of Career Development (NYICD) released their own set of highly anticipated writing tips, available for free on the school’s website.

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NYICD, a home-study school which initially launched with a Professional Blogging Course earlier this year, created the downloadable “Tips for Writers” booklet with bloggers in mind.

Last week, the New York Institute of Career Development (NYICD) released their own set of highly anticipated writing tips, available for free on the school’s website. NYICD, a home-study school which initially launched with a Professional Blogging Course earlier this year, created the downloadable “Tips for Writers” booklet with bloggers in mind.

“As a school, we strive to provide our students with the latest and greatest tips to succeed in their field,” said Chuck DeLaney, NYICD’s Director, “and our new book of writing tips is a way for the general public to share in that wealth of information that we’ve amassed.”

NYICD is building on the tradition of its sister schools, the New York Institute of Photography and the Sheffield School. Each offers their own version of free information on their websites, available to the general public in addition to their home-study students.

The New York Institute of Career Development is preparing to launch their second course next month, The Complete Course in Fiction & Memoir Writing.

Interested visitors can subscribe to NYICD’s free monthly newsletter in order to download the contents of the booklet. Click on the link to subscribe and download NYICD’s Writing Tips for free.

About NYICD

The New York Institute of Career Development offers home-study courses for creative professionals designed to enhance or build career skills. By pairing course materials that students can receive anywhere in the world with real-life mentoring, NYICD aims to teach students everything they need to know to make money in their field of study. NYICD is owned and operated by Distance Education Co., LLC, with two sister schools also located in Manhattan, the Sheffield School and the New York Institute of Photography.

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