Workshop III: Detailed Writing and Review of Grant Proposals

Prerequisites: Workshops I and II. This course directly builds upon Workshop I and II. Time will be allocated for participants to continue to improve their writing and editing skills including in-depth discussions of rewrites of sections of example proposals. Participants will learn how to identify program related costs to build a successful detailed budget. They will also learn where to locate public and private funding sources and how to focus their searches. They will conduct private funding searches and learn how to write letters on intent, addressing specific foundation application issues and determining funding request levels and develop long-term funding options. Participants are encouraged to bring grant proposals they are currently working on have recently submitted for review in class. After completion of the Certificate Award, each participant will be given time by the instructor to conduct an in-depth review of a future grant proposal to assist them in their post workshop grant writing efforts.

  • Dates: Friday, June 27, 5:30 – 9:00 pm; Saturday, June 28, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Place: Kremen Education Bldg., Room 140
  • Class No: 50397
  • Units: Non-credit
  • Course: Non-credit
  • Grading Option: Non-credit
  • Fee: $150
  • Instructor: Daniel J. Griffin, Ed.D.