Certificate Award in Advanced Grant Writing & Management
The Certificate Award in Advanced Grant Writing & Management is intended for students and professionals who have experience in writing grant proposals and/or have earned a Certificate Award in Grant Writing and Management through the Division of Continuing and Global Education at Fresno State. If you have questions and/or concerns, please contact Dr. Daniel Griffin by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This intensive and practical program is designed for students and professionals who seek to increase their effectiveness in the dynamic and rewarding field of grant proposal writing and management. This program offers the following topics: Governmental Grant Writing, Private Foundation Grant Writing, Funding Sources, Budgets, Allowable Costs and Evaluations.
A certificate of completion will be granted to those individuals who attend and complete the two weekend workshops. The program requires a notebook which is included with your registration fees.
One optional unit of academic credit is available for this program. Participants must register and complete all three workshops. Please contact Dolores Vezzolini, Program Coordinator, for further information at email@example.com.
Course: ERE 180T
Grading: Letter Grade or Credit/No Credit
Download a detailed brochure and registration form HERE or pay online at the red Register button below.
Workshop Part A - Governmental Grant Writing
This will focus on locating, and developing strategies for writing medium to large governmental grants. It will also include what should and should not be included in the application section by section including a review of various writing styles.
TOPICS - GOVERNMENTAL GRANT PROGRAMS
1. Reviewing Requests for Proposal
2. Outlining the proposal – Grant worksheets
3. Strategy for time and effort commitments in writing the proposal
4. Developing and writing an abstract
5. Developing a need statement
6. Preparing measurable quantitative and qualitative objectives
7. Reviewing a sample proposal
Workshop Part B - Private Foundation Grant Writing
This will focus on locating, and developing strategies for writing medium to large foundation grant proposals. It will also include what should and should not be included in the application section by section. It will include a review of various writing styles to accomplish being complete within the limited space provided.
TOPICS - PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS GRANT PROGRAMS
- Reviewing Requests for Proposal
- Strategy for time and effort commitments in writing the proposal
- Developing and writing an abstract
- Developing a need statement
- Preparing measurable quantitative and qualitative objectives
- Preparing a plan of operation statement
- Reviewing a sample proposal
Workshop Part C - Funding Sources, Budgets, Allowable Costs and Evaluations
This will focus on determining allowable costs and what should be included in a budget narrative. It will also review how to prepare an effective evaluation including how to incorporate qualitative and quantitative data collection into the evaluation.
TOPICS - FUNDING SOURCES, BUDGETS, ALLOWABLE COSTS AND EVALUATIONS
- Identifying sources of funding
- Conducting funding searches – governmental and private sources
- Preparing a budget
- Determining allowable activities and costs
- Preparing a budget narrative
- Reviewing evaluation and statistical strategies
- Developing an evaluation statement
- Reviewing a sample proposal
Dates: Friday, March 2, 5:30 – 9:00 p.m.; Saturday, March 3, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.; Friday, March 16, 5:30 – 9:00 p.m. and Saturday, March 17, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Place: Downtown Center at Bitwise South Stadium, 700 Van Ness at Mono
Class No.: 37273 (Pay online at the red Register button below)
Instructor: Daniel J. Griffin, Ed.D.
Preregistration recommended by February 23, 2018.
Daniel J. Griffin, Ed.D., has over 30 years experience in writing, editing, and scoring grant plus managing numerous grant programs. He has written over 200 successful grants and extensive experience with all local, state and federal agencies, plus numerous private foundations.