Grant Writing Fundamentals
Successful grant writing involves planning, searching for data and resources, developing a proposal, submitting a proposal to a funder, and following-up. Many spend the majority of time on the written proposal, but preparation and follow-up are equally important. Whether you are applying to the federal government, a private foundation or a corporation, this seminar will provide you with the necessary steps to develop a grant proposal.
You Will Receive:
- A plan for writing the basic components of a proposal
- Tips for following up with funders
- Suggestions on how to become a grant reviewer
- A one to two hour coaching session to review and improve your grants to ensure they are approved
$349 (includes instruction, seminar manual, lunch, parking and refreshment breaks)
All dates meet from 8:30 a.m.—4:30 p.m.
10/09/2013Wednesday - #147DBB
Becky Crump has more than 20 years working with all phases of grant development including proposal reviews. She has a BSW, MA and EdS degree. She is also certified by the Grants Professional Certification Institute, a certification program that measures a grant professional's ability to provide quality grant-related services within an ethical framework. She has served as a peer reviewer for 16 different state and federal grant competitions. As current director of resource development for the Jefferson County Schools (JCPS), Ms. Crump develops and oversees grant development for the district. JCPS is the 29th largest district in the nation with more than 100,000 students. In her position, she has primary responsibility for directing the ongoing search for external funding opportunities from federal, state, private and corporate sources. Prior to JCPS, she worked with grants and contracts at the state level and the University of Louisville. In all her positions, she has developed and implemented grant training workshops.