If you have a nonprofit organization (or intend to start one), work with an educational entity (K-12 or a college or university), work with a faith-based organization, or simply wish to learn how to write a grant, this is for you!
This hands-on training is designed to engage the participants in interactive exercises and discussions so they can better understand how to research, write, and develop their individual grant proposals.
The training covers the overall strategic plan for writing grants, including:
- Identifying and effectively writing the key elements of a proposal
- Integrating each component of the grant into the final product
- Packaging a professional grant submission
- Writing winning grants that stand out from the competition
In this three part series, participation in the September 30th face-to-face workshop is mandatory in order to receive your certificate of completion in the Essentials of Grant Writing.
Dr. Marcia Brevard Wynn is currently a professor at Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL. She has been both a grant writer and a federal grant reviewer for the past 11 years. She has successfully secured more than $27 million for clients during this time, to include universities, churches, and nonprofit organizations. She also teaches grant writing courses for University of Phoenix.