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Intermediate Grant Proposal Writing Workshop 3/30/2020
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If you've taken our 2-Day Grant Proposal Writing Workshop, then this one-day Intermediate workshop is the perfect next step to enhance your proficiency and mastery of Grant Writing. This course is designed for students who have current experience in grant writing and are looking for more opportunities to navigate funding opportunities through submission of proposals for federal, state and local governments and private foundations.

 Export to Your Calendar 3/30/2020
When: Monday, March 30, 2020
9:00am - 4:30pm
Where: Post University
800 Country Club Rd
Traurig Library 1st Floor Board Room
Waterbury, Connecticut  06723
United States
Contact: Zoe Schwartz
860 525-5080 x1024


Online registration is available until: 3/30/2020
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Intermediate Grant Proposal Writing Workshop


A Certificate of Completion will be Awarded by Post University

 

This course is designed for students who have current experience in grant writing and are looking for more opportunities to navigate funding opportunities through submission of proposals for federal, state and local governments and private foundations.

 

The workshop’s focus is how to successfully apply for grants through available government funding sources and private foundations.  The course will discuss preliminary information gathering and preparation, developing ideas for the proposal, and identifying funding resources.

 

In this interactive workshop, participants will experience the actual writing of the proposal process by performing the following activities:

·         Creating an outline of the project and goals

·         Stating the objectives of the proposal

·         Explaining the program methods

·         Presenting solutions on how to solve the problem (stated purpose)

·         Evaluating the results of the project

·         Planning for long term and sustainable support

·         Developing the proposal budget

·         Researching grant websites and tools

 

This Workshop is designed for:

·         Those who have basic experience in grant writing and are seeking to develop enhanced skills in writing grants with

          special focus in government grants and private foundations.

 

After the workshop, attendees will be able to:

·         Plan and write intentionally and purposefully to create winning proposals.

 

To prepare for the workshop: 

Start thinking about a project that you want to develop. Do you already have a specific government grant that you want to apply for? If not, start your basic research and look for what aligns 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 are you going to implement this project?

4.      What is your proposal budget?

 

·         What to bring to class:

 

1.      Laptop, charger and extension cord (a fully charged battery is recommended as outlets are limited)

2.      Organizational Information

1.      Mission Statement

2.      Strategic Plan

3.      Materials that can help you define the needs of your organization

 

Presenter Information:

Dr. Majo Jacinto, CPA

Program Chair & Associate Professor

Master of Science in Accounting

Post University

e: majacinto@post.edu

p: 203.596.4515

Instructor’s Bio: https://post.edu/academics/our-faculty/dr-majo-jacinto-cpa

 

Registration Fee:

$135 for Alliance Members

$175 for Not-Yet-Members 

 

Parking: Please park your vehicle in the North Gate Lot.

 

Post University Campus Map: http://ctnonprofitalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/PostCampusMap.pdf

 

Lunch: The Post University Campus Cafeteria offers a $6.50 'all you can eat' Lunch with a variety of selections.  

 

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

 

Once registered, you may request a full refund, or request your registration be transferred to another future training, up until 2 weeks before the date of the training. Within the 2 weeks prior to the training, we cannot process refunds or offer credit toward a future training, however you may substitute another attendee in your place at any time.

 

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