The world of grants seeking is becoming more competitive. Gain the skills to become a successful grant writer either as the head of an organization, program manager or as a fund developer.
Learn a series of key skills related to project design, development and persuasive writing skills.
Topics will include:
- Grant writing as an essential skill for organization leaders,program managers and fund developers; scoping grant-winning proposals; funding sources
- Topic identification, team assignments and collecting your supporting data
- Project development – using the logic model to design your project
- Formulating goals, outcomes and objectives
- Preparing activities and the scheduling chart (GANTT)
- Budgeting your project
- The evaluation component
- Editing for persuasive communications
- Packaging your document for either snail mail or e-mail
- Presenting and negotiating your proposal
- Learn to develop proposals that will help you win grants
- Properly outline goals for grants
- Get skills in how to present your proposal
- Work on your specific project with expert guidance
Who Should Take this Class?
- Non-profit employees who would like to improve their grant writing skills
- Anyone interested in the world of grants
The instructor is very knowledgeable in this field and shared personal experience which was very helpful.
I enjoyed the opportunity to get more one on one interaction with the instructor to increase my understanding. — Erin O’Brien
- Class ID: 8235
- Instructor: Anthony Ogilvie
- When: 7 Tuesdays | 6/27/2017 - 8/15/2017 | 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
- Total Number of Hours: 16
- Where: Broadway Edison Building - Room 1139D | 1701 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
- Fee: $445
- Additional Notes: July 4th will be an independent study class, consolidating lectures from class 1 & 2 on June 27th. Required Text - Student Manual/Fundamentals of Grants Writing (cost included in class fee). Computer lab fee included in tuition.