Rockville, Maryland (WiredPRNews.com) — September 28, 2009: Greg Baughman, Director of the Association of Professional Business Writers stated in a personal interview today that the Association of Professional Business Writers is looking for donations to fund its Freelance Business Writers “Educational Scholarship Fund” and is also launching its “Do Your Part” campaign.
The mission of The Association of Professional Business Writers is to foster business writing talent and achievement, to advance the art of business writing as it is essential to the Profession. Mr. Baughman stated, “We opt to do this through the creation professional training geared to technical writers, creating standards and enforcing ethics essential to the field. More than any other literary organization, the Association of Professional Business Writers has helped this industry promote quality workmanship and standards. This, of course, is also a boost for the democratic virtues of fiscal recovery, and re-education through many public universities and training entities that support the Association of Professional Business Writers”.
Mr. Baughman further stated that “It is our civic duty to help create new jobs and work for Americans. It is our aim to establish the largest system of Business Writer Professionals that the U.S. will ever see. Employers can benefit by using Association trained writers to prepare the mounds of business documentation required for businesses to operate professionally and to satisfy the needs of organizations, clinical research facilities, medical, finance and other industries requiring solid process or other documentation preparation. This is the DO YOUR PART campaign.”
The Association of Professional Business Writers supports the development of educational programs, conferences, training, and trys to provide thousands of contract writing or “Freelance” jobs for established writers and those new to the field of Business Writing itself.
Mr. Baughman further stated; “Because of the state of the economy, many individuals that wish to enter into a curriculum of study at the Association can not afford to pay at this time. We are also hoping that the philanthropic nature of organizations, corporations, foundations, individuals and other sources will come to the aid of these individuals wishing to enter our training program.”
Scholarships granted to students from the fund will be managed through an application and testing process.
For additional information or to discuss your employment needs or to give a donation to the scholarship fund, please contact Greg Baughman, Director of the Association of Professional Business Writers, Rockville MD at [email protected] or call toll free: 877-332-7292 #13 – visit the Association Website at www.APBW.us .