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The Science & Art of Grant-Writing
Feb 21 all-day
The Science & Art of Grant-Writing @ Rutland | Vermont | United States

The Science & Art of Grant-Writing

Friday, Feb. 21, 9:00 – 4:00

Stafford Technical Center

Adult & Continuing Education

Rutland, Vermont

Cost: $159

This seminar provides concrete, practical guidance for preparing successful grant proposals. You will learn how to organize proposals and build a compelling case to effectively “sell” programs to funders, as well as tips and tricks to make your proposals stand out. We discuss strategies to fully meet common grant application requirements, how to develop realistic program results/benefits, the importance of proposal appearance and grant opportunity search strategies. No experience necessary, but you should be comfortable expressing your ideas in writing.

Advanced Grant-Writing: Tackling the Tough Topics

Goals & Objectives; Outcomes & Evaluation; Building Budgets

Friday, April 17, 9:00 – 4:00

Stafford Technical Center

Adult & Continuing Education

Rutland, VT

Cost: $159

This workshop is designed for those who have some proposal writing experience or have taken “The Science & Art of Grant-Writing.” We cover the “sticky issues” that are most challenging: translating project ideas into clear, measurable goals, objectives and activities; determining outcomes to demonstrate you’ve attained project aims; designing effective, easy-to-implement evaluation strategies; and building realistic budgets (including the often-vexing match requirement).

 

To learn more and register:  http://staffordonline.org/product-category/other-educational-opportunities/ or call Maryanna at 802.770.1178.  Any questions? annelezak@gmail.com

Evaluation comments from workshop participants:

“Super useful. Anne knows her stuff and is a positive and engaging teacher.”
“I was able to get very practical help! I feel like I can leave today and actually start my grant proposal.”
“Anne has a wealth of knowledge and broke everything down in a way I could readily understand.”