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Grant Writing from the Beginning

Make your grant proposal shine! In this personalized grant writing series, you will learn the key elements to writing an effective proposal. Topics of class discussion include case statements, prospect research, narratives, budgets, timelines, sustainability plans and proposal analysis from the grant maker's perspective with evaluation. Come prepared to work, as you will receive homework assignments to complete in your own time which will require internet research. Take home both the class workbook and CD - yours to keep for future reference. Plus, you will take with you a connection to your grant writing instructor that does not end when you leave class - send in your grant proposals for review, even after the course ends. The registration deadline is February 6 to ensure delivery of materials, so don't delay - sign up today!

Dates:September 26 - October 31, 2013    Check for other dates
Meets:Thursday: 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Location:Arts & Sciences 255
Instructor:Robin Lewis
Notes:First night will be in Arts & Sciences computer lab room 2-55; remainder of course will be at The Depot

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