When:
October 21, 2015 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
2015-10-21T10:00:00-04:00
2015-10-21T11:00:00-04:00
Where:
Webinar
Cost:
Free

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!

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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 and the November 4 webinar is mandatory in order to receive your certificate of completion in the Essentials of Grant Writing. 

Schrendria Robinson serves as President of Clear Vision Seminars & Consulting where she carries out many of her gifts and talents.  Clear Vision specializes in professional and business development, grant writing; non-profit management and strategic planning.  Robinson has served as a grant writer and grant reviewer for the past 15 years and has secured over 20 million dollars in grant funds for school districts, faith communities and non-profit organizations.  Annually, Robinson speaks to thousands of individuals locally and nationally providing keynote addresses and seminars.  She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Clark Atlanta University and earned a Masters Degree in Public Health from the University of South Carolina.

In her spare time she loves writing as she is a published author and blogger.  She is happily married to Marcus Robinson of Greenville, SC and they have three boys Marc, Caleb and Kyle.