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Grant Writing 101: Fundamentals starts Tuesday, September 25, 2018!
Schedule: Tuesdays from 6 - 8 pm, 8 weeks | 9/25/18 - 11/13/18
Step into the lucrative world of grant writing and get a handle on grant writing fundamentals and lingo. You’ll have the opportunity to work hands-on with a grant relevant to your professional or personal interests. In this challenging course, you will learn how to:
- Find and interpret state, federal, and private foundation grants
- Discern the various types of Request for Proposals (RFPs)
- Prepare goals, objectives, and measurement criteria for the proposal
- Write a Letter of Intent (LOI)
- Prepare how to write an outline for the entire proposal
Prerequisites: This is a challenging course that requires students to put in some time for research and written homework assignments. Students should have a strong grasp of the English language, as well as strong research, reading, and writing skills.
Questions: Contact us at (857) 701-1605 or email LHagen@rcc.mass.edu
Intermediate Grant Writing starts Thursday, September 27, 2018!
Schedule: Thursdays from 6 - 8 pm, 8 weeks | Cost: $350
Prerequisite: Students wishing to register for Intermediate Grant Writing must have taken Grant Writing 101 with us.
"Happy I took the time to invest in myself, by enrolling in the Grant Writing 101 class. I initially enrolled in the class to find money for my non-profit organization. After the first clasds and during the 8 weeks of class instructed by Dr. Anthony, I started to learn more about grant writing, mission and vision statements, letter of intents, and budgets by working hands-on with actual RFP's. I quickly realized there were things I needed to change for my organization. Loving all the knowledge I gained in the 8 weeks, I realized I needed to know more!! I then enrolled in the intermediate grant writing course. Completing these courses has allowed me to become confident in the changes that were made for my organization, as well as become a freelance grant writer!" - Charnita McClain