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A to Z Grant Writing II - Beyond the Basics (Online)  

Are you ready to continue your journey into the world of grants? You will learn how to create a fundraising plan for all types of grantmakers. In addition, you will explore websites for finding and reviewing corporate, foundation, and government grant funding opportunities and grant application guidelines.

You will go through every aspect of strategic funding research, preparing a fundraising plan, writing an award-winning plan of operation, and creating a project budget without red flags. Then you will journey into the world of grants available for your projects. The excitement will build when you discover just how many funding opportunities are available.

You will see grants for arts and humanities, education, medical, science and agriculture, human services, and corporate foundation grants. You will also explore new grant-writing trends and what to do when you're notified of a grant award or a grant rejection. Don't worry, there's a plan to implement for future grant seeking success if you don't get your project funded.

By the end of the course, you will be prepared to continue tracking future grant-writing and funding trends, bounce back successfully from rejection notices, and manage all of your grant awards proficiently. In addition, you will gain confidence in all areas of grant seeking, grant writing, and grants management (post-award reporting requirements).

 

A to Z Grant Writing II - Beyond the Basics (Online)
Class Cost:  $115.00
Six Week Class begins:  10/14/2020
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Great Basin College - Berg Hall, 1500 College Parkway, Elko, NV 89801
775-753-2231 or 775-753-2202
A member institution of the Nevada System of Higher Education
Accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities