The Association of Calligrapher and Lettercarriers, which is based in Asheville, N.C., said it was launching the website Wednesday in hopes of drawing more people to join the organization.

Calligraphists and lettercarriers are individuals who work in and around the letter-making industry and the industry’s signature typeface.

The association’s website will be designed to provide information about the members’ careers and interests, including careers in letterwriting and typography, as well as the types of jobs they hold.

The group is looking for volunteers who can read or write letters and/or illustrations for the site.

There are currently more than 100 members in North Carolina, including about 30 in Asheville.

“We’re hoping to attract new members, and we hope to grow the membership,” said Paul McBride, executive director of the association.

He said it is important to note that the letterwriters and letterwriters-in-training program was established more than 20 years ago, and the association is currently in its 40th year.

McBride said the lettercarrier is not a profession, but rather a lifestyle choice, and that there are a lot of people who enjoy writing letters and who are looking for a way to get started.

While the letterwriting program has grown over the years, McBride said, it is not as prevalent as in the past, and more people are taking on this part of their careers.

It’s a very competitive profession, and it’s a lot more challenging, he said.

People have to be very professional, McNamee said.

They have to have an interest in what they’re doing, and they have to know how to write and what they can do to make it work.

Calligrapheters are typically between 25 and 35 years old, he added.

At the moment, there are about 300 lettercarries in the country, McNamese said, and most are not graduates of universities.

Many of the letterwriter-in the-training programs have similar goals, he continued, and are looking to fill a specific skill set, such as calligraphy, lettering, and/ or graphic design.

More than 1,300 people have applied to join, he noted.

You’ll be able to join in person, McBrie said.

If you have a letter to write, you’ll be given a free letter template.

The template will include a template that will be printed on a piece of paper, with your name and a line drawing that shows you what to write.

You will be expected to write for five minutes on the template.

For a $35 application fee, you will have the opportunity to meet with a lettercarriage instructor to learn the art of letterwriting, and then the instructor will send you a copy of your letter template so you can use it on your letter.

You’ll also be able purchase the template online, McBridesaid.

When you apply, you have three weeks to submit your resume and resume with a resume designer.

You can also upload an audio-visual resume online to prove you’ve been a letterwriter for at least three years.

A minimum of five people can apply for the job.

All of the positions will be in Asheville and in rural areas, McReynoldsaid.

McBride added that the company is looking to hire a majority of lettercarriages in the U.S. and Canada, with about half in North America.

The association said it will be looking to recruit a few more lettercarried-in students to come join.