New Online Grant Writing Course
Join Grant-Writing-Proposals.com’s administrator, Glenda O’Neal, in this upcoming online grant-writing course offered by CD Publications beginning September 24, 2012. Read the course description from CD Publications printed below or proceed to this website to register:
Learn How to Write Grants Like a Pro!
After more than 50 years of reporting on federal and foundation grants, CD Publications is expanding its services to include professional grant-writing course instruction.
The Fundamentals of Foundation Grant Writing is an 18-week, instructor-guided online course designed to teach students how to write a standard foundation grant proposal. The lessons learned from this course can be applied to any professional field — education, health care, social services, environment, faith-based, and governmental agencies.
As part of the course, students will select a project of their choice and write a three- to fivepage grant proposal for the benefit of their nonprofit or public organization. They will be guided through the development of their proposals section-by-section, providing and receiving feedback from fellow classmates and the course instructor every step of the way.
At the conclusion of the course, graduates will be able to:
- Collect data and information to write a grant proposal;
- Write a foundation grant proposal utilizing a standard format;
- Constructively critique the work of other grant writers; and
- Understand how foundations make funding decisions.
Your instructor for this unique course is Glenda O’Neal, a highly regarded professional grant-writing consultant and educator with more than 30 years of experience. Ms. O’Neal has prepared foundation and government grant applications for hundreds of organizations, including educational institutions, nonprofits, public and government agencies, faith-based organizations, health care providers, environmental agencies, and more. She is widely recognized for a 100% success rate in planning and writing federal grants. Her federal grant applications routinely achieve perfect scores and rank among the very best in the nation.
Ms. O’Neal’s experience includes the development of a grant-writing program for the University of Missouri-St. Louis’ (UMSL) Nonprofit Management and Leadership Program, as well as online grant-writing courses for UMSL, Purdue University-Calumet, and Loma Linda (Calif.) University. She has also led training programs for The Foundation Center, Association of Fund Raising Professionals, and many others.
This is the perfect opportunity for someone on your staff who wants to tackle grantwriting. Completing just one application in-house instead of hiring a grantwriter will more than cover the cost of instruction.
But you need to act quickly, and here’s why:
To better control the quality of instruction and student/teacher interaction, we can only accept 20 students for this course. So, if you’ve always wanted to get a trained grantwriter on staff, now’s your chance. Completing just one application in-house instead of hiring a grantwriter will more than cover the cost of instruction. Sign-up before Labor Day (September 3), and pay just $995. After that, tuition will be $1,295.
You will be sent login and access instructions in a seperate email.
For more information, call Jim Rogers, at 1-800-666-6380 x144, or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Click here to register: http://www.cdpublications.com/store/fundamentals-foundationgrant-writing-p-287.html