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Grant Development

This seminar is a basic, practical, how-to-course for the novice grant writer. The topics include types of funding sources, how to identify the right funding source and how to write a competitive foundation and/or government proposal.

Who Should Attend?

As funding for various community establishments are changing, those working in non-profit organizations would find this seminar helpful. It is designed to fit within a working professional’s schedule and will provide follow-up to participants once the seminar is completed.

Key Objectives:

1. Provide participants with an overview of the grants process and sources of information for applying to government agencies, foundations and corporations.
2. Learn practical tips and resources for writing a proposal and developing a budget.
3. Provide participants with experience as proposal reviewers through a funding simulation exercise.

Instructor: Patricia Williams has over 14 years’ experience in grant writing in her roles as Director of Grants at Monroe Community College and Director of Scholar and Grant Development at The College of Brockport. Patricia is an experienced instructor, currently teaching a grant-writing class at SUNY Brockport. She has developed and provided workshops for faculty and staff, as well as at national conferences.

Course Information

Fee $145
GCC Batavia Campus
2 sessions (8 hours)
Tuesday & Thursday, June 11 & 13, 2019
8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
REGISTER by June 3, 2019