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Winning Non-Profit & Faith-Based Grants! Essential 21st Century Proposal Writing Techniques

September 21, 2021 - November 11, 2021

06:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Tuesday , Thursday

Online via Zoom


Learn effective and successful grant writing strategies and processes that result in proposals being funded. This action-learning lab is designed for grant writers and development staff who work in non-profit and faith-based settings.

This learning experience is designed for the novice and the more experienced grant writer who seeks to enhance their skills in response to heightened competition for available funds. Topics covered will span from organizing the grant writing process, preparing letters of interest and concept papers. The course will also cover the essential elements of a grant application (infusing best practices and 21st-century research and data sources) and will provide you with tips for writing fundable grants. You'll learn techniques to create competitive grant proposals.

BONUS: After the course, you'll receive a proposal review for a current grant and/or a 60-minute consultation.

Fee: $399

Instructor: Dr. Anita DeFoe

Contact hours: 32/CEUs: 3.2

Upon successful completion of the course, you'll know how to:
~ Report on past performance and address performance shortcomings
~ Identify the 5 P's of grant writing
~ Outline the components of a grant submission
~ Create a systemic plan of operation

UVICELL is an authorized provider of the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). As an authorized provider, UVICELL can grant IACET Continuing Education Units (CEUs), an internationally recognized measure of quality in continuing education and training programs.  Instructors for these courses have no proprietary interest in the course.   

To register for this workshop, please click this link.



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