Length: 2 hours, Price: $75
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This streamlined version of our comprehensive Grant Writing Class will teach you how to find appropriate, attainable grants and how to successfully apply for them.
There are two fundamental types of grants: government and private. Government grants are awarded at the federal, state, and local levels. Private grants are awarded by corporate foundations, family foundations, charitable foundations, endowments, etc. This class introduces you to all the major databases that can be used to find both government and private grant opportunities.
After identifying the best sources to find a grant, this class details the different parts of a typical grant application and the best practices to follow when applying so that you can optimize your chances of being awarded a grant.
Participants will receive a certificate of completion. Course materials include a list of all the major grant databases, a preparation checklist, a glossary of terms, and samples of grant applications.
All sessions of this class are currently virtual. Participation is easy. All you need is a phone and an internet connection; we will do the rest.
We have morning, afternoon and evening classes available. Please see the drop down menu in the section below to find available classes.
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