Basic Grant writing & Grant seeking
Get the grant money you need to implement your educational program or project! Learn the art and skills of successful grant writing. This course will teach you the strategies and techniques for writing grant proposals that concisely describe project needs and objectives. Learn how to determine if a project is feasible and how to build a proposal team to assist you.
Grant Program Planning Workplans
This class will provide a professionally guided, hands-on approach to developing a detailed workplan for grants, including program planning, objectives, methodology and evaluation. It will also cover the development of a program budget including staffing, in-kind contributions, matching requirements, and all program costs. If you have a grant application you're interested in, bring it along. This is a working class to draft an effective program plan and budget. NOTE: this class is for intermediate to advanced grant writers.
Internet Research for Grant writers
This hands-on workshop is geared to anyone interested in using the Internet for grants-related research, such as locating model programs to replicate, finding funders interested in your project, and finding statistics for proposals. The course is suitable for both beginning and experienced grant writers. Bring a proposal idea and leave with information needed to write a solid proposal. Topics include using search engines, conducting advanced searches, using on-line databases from public and private organizations, and other skills needed to find facts fast.
Securing Federal Grants
This interactive, hands-on workshop introduces the world of federal grant making to beginning and experienced grant writers in education and faith-based or community organizations. This course will help participants locate sources of federal grants, how to dissect a Request for Proposal, and how to develop and write an effective grant proposal to federal agencies. The course will also introduce collaborative relationships that educators, faith-based and community organizations can develop with other community organizations and institutions of higher education to open up more possibilities for securing federal grant funding