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Mastering the Art of Grant Writing

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Mastering the Art of Grant Writing
Mastering the Art of Grant Writing

Time & Location

Jan 10, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:10 PM

Online Webinar

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About the event

This webinar structure is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of grant writing, specifically tailored to the needs and interests of educators and those in the educational sector.

The "Mastering the Art of Grant Writing for Educators" webinar is a comprehensive, 1.5-hour session designed to equip educators, school administrators, and non-profit education program managers with essential skills and knowledge in grant writing. The course covers the following key areas:

  • Understanding Grant Writing: Introducing the basics of grant writing, including different types of grants (federal, state, private foundations) and understanding the requirements of a grant proposal.
  • Key Components of a Successful Grant Proposal: Guiding participants on how to craft a compelling narrative, set clear objectives and goals, and develop a realistic budget. Emphasis is placed on the importance of research and supporting data.
  • Writing and Submission Process: Outlining best practices in writing a grant proposal, common mistakes to avoid, and adherence to submission guidelines. This section also covers what to do post-submission.
  • Interactive Session: A Q&A session to address participants' specific queries and share experiences and tips from successful grant writers.

The webinar aims to make grant writing an approachable and achievable task for educators, enhancing their ability to secure funding for educational projects. It includes real-life examples, case studies, interactive elements like polls and quizzes, and post-webinar resources such as recordings, handouts, and consultation opportunities.

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  • Mastering Grant Writing

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    $100.00
    +$2.50 service fee

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