EDUC-15A: The Science And Art Of Grant-Writing (A ZOOM Workshop)

$159.00

This full-day seminar provides concrete, practical guidance for preparing successful grant proposals.  Participants will learn how to find grant opportunities, organize proposals and build compelling cases to effectively “sell” programs to funders.

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Friday 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Dec 04, 2020 to Dec 11, 2020

Minimum Enrollment: 20

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Product Description

Due to COVID-19 restrictions this seminar will be delivered via ZOOM in a two, half-day format. Our expert facilitator will provide concrete, practical guidance for preparing successful grant proposals.  Participants will learn how to find grant opportunities, organize proposals and build compelling cases to effectively “sell” programs to funders.  We will discuss strategies to fully meet common proposal requirements, the importance of appearance, how to get excellent letters of support, and how to search for grant opportunities. You will learn to avoid common errors that keep many applications from being funded. Participants are welcome to come with actual proposal ideas; we will draw from these to work on “proposal concept papers” in small breakout rooms.

Workshop Leader

Anne Lezak has extensive experience preparing applications for federal, state and foundation grants. She has written successful major federal grant applications and numerous smaller proposals, primarily in human services and education.   Ms. Lezak regularly leads grant-writing workshops and courses at the local, state and national levels, including nine training sessions for applicants to major national grant programs sponsored by the federal Center for Mental Health Services. She also provides agencies with targeted grant-writing consultation