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Course Overview

Successful Grant Writing, Part II. Working in a highly interactive environment, participants will gain hands-on experience in how nonprofits, state agencies, and others can develop successful applications for federal, state and private funding. Topics will include: do’s and don’ts of proposal writing, importance of building relationships with funders, researching funding opportunities, creating a need statement, defining goals and objectives, developing an evaluation plan, establishing an action plan, preparing a budget, tailoring proposals to specific audiences, and keeping track of grant requests. Each participant will leave the course with a completed grant ready for submission.

Credits: 3
Prerequisites: PST 598 or permission of the instructor

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate