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GRANT PROPOSAL CERTIFICATE TRAINING 7/18/2018
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Learn to craft successful grant applications to increase your organizations’ financial stability and sustainability in this one-day course! Designed for both novice and intermediate grant seekers, participants will receive a comprehensive introduction to the world of grant proposals, with extra focus on grants terminology, and the application process from start to successful finish!

7/18/2018
When: Wednesday, July 18, 2018
9:00am - 4:30pm
Where: Alliance Rocky Hill Offices
35 Cold Spring Rd
Building 500, 2nd Floor
Rocky Hill, Connecticut  06067
United States
Presenter: Dr. Majo Jacinto, CPA, Program Chair & Associate Professor
Contact: Katie Breslin
860-525-5080


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Grant Proposal Writing Workshop

In this one-day workshop, learn to craft successful grant applications to increase your organizations’ financial stability and sustainability! Designed for both novice and intermediate grant seekers, participants will receive a comprehensive introduction to the world of grant proposals, with extra focus on grants terminology, access to resources, and the application process from start to successful finish! If you have an idea for a project or program that needs funding, this workshop can put you on the right track for writing a successful grant proposal.


If you have an idea for a project or program that needs funding, this workshop can put you on the right track for writing a successful grant proposal. 

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will receive a Certificate in Grant Writing.


Participants will learn:

  • Overview of the Grant Research Process
  • Grant Preparation and Writing process from A to Z through a simulation
  • Interactive Grant Writing Workshop using YOUR own proposal.

This training is designed to be an interactive process that encourages active participation and involvement of the participants. The curriculum combines lecturing, small groups’ activities, and exercises, designed to facilitate methods.

 

For specific details: refer to the Agenda.


To prepare for the workshop:

Start thinking about a project that you want to develop. Do you already have a specific grant that you want to apply for? If not, consider potential funders such as a foundation, a corporation or local, state or federal agencies that align with your organization’s mission.

  • Be prepared before class to have answers to the following questions:

1. What are the current needs of your project?
2. What is the significance of your project?
3. How will you budget for your proposal?
4. What is the time frame of this grant that you are applying for?

  • What to bring to class:

1. Laptop, charger and extension cord
2. Organizational Information

1. Mission Statement
2. Strategic Plan
3. Materials that can help you define the needs of your organization
4. Proposal – a proposal that you intend to work with


To make this experience personal to you, you are encouraged to send the above information via email by no later than 07/13/18, along with the website of your organization.

Dr. Majo Jacinto, CPA
Program Chair & Associate Professor
Master of Science in Accounting
Post University
e: majacinto@post.edu
p: 203.596.4515
http://post.edu/academics/our-faculty/dr-majo-jacinto-cpa

Presenter Information:
Dr. Ma Josefina Jacinto, CPA known to her students as “Professor Majo” has been an active professor and administrator in accounting at the undergraduate and graduate levels for over 17 year in both ground and online platforms.
Majo also has over 20 years of experience in fiscal administration as the Chief Financial Officer and accounting practitioner in private and non-profit sectors dealing with various industries such as pupil transportation for school districts on Long Island, Upstate NY, NYC and NJ; health care with emphasis in providing care to those affected by infectious diseases, debt service management and the insurance industry.


Specialization and interests in accounting practice include government contracting, bids and RFPs, non-profit accounting, grant writing, auditing, fraud detection and examination, risk management, business ethics and small business management. She specializes in developing, implementing, monitoring, and redesigning financial and operational strategies to preserve company assets and guide the company towards sustainable growth.

  

Program Fees:

- $125 for members

- $175 for not-yet-members

 

Participants are encouraged to bring their own lunch, as a meal will not be provided.

Payment is due in full upon registration and enrollment will not be guaranteed until payment is received.

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