Workshop Helps Grant Writers Prepare Winning Proposals
Purdue Extension is offering an introductory course on preparing grant proposals. The Beginner’s Guide to Grant Writing Workshop will take place at: Vanderburgh County-Evansville Central Library, 200 S.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Evansville, IN 47713, Thursday, January 17 and Thursday, February 28, 2019.
The Beginner's Guide to Grant Writing Workshop teaches grant writers of all skill levels how to prepare and submit a professional proposal. The two-day interactive workshops take place from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM central time on both days listed above.
During the workshop, participants develop their ideas into written proposals. They learn about how to find funders as well as strategies for successful grant implementation. "Over the years, participants of the Beginner’s Guide to Grant Writing workshop have gone on to win millions of dollars in grant funding, bringing vital programs and services, equipment, infrastructure, and amenities to communities all across Indiana," said Kris Parker, Regional Community Development Educator with Purdue Extension.
Registration is $175 per person and includes a workbook, reference materials and lunch both days. Professional review of a draft proposal is also included.
Additional information and a registration form are available by going to http://bit.ly/BGGWSpring2019 or, by contacting Kym Schwinkendorf at 219-386-5232, or firstname.lastname@example.org.