Grant writing is a timely skill for those wishing to find ways to expand or sustain programs for their organizations. You will be taught how to find grants that apply to your specific needs, and how to write a winning proposal in order to procure funding.
Whether you are a seasoned grant writer, have had bad luck writing grants, or this is your first grant writing venture, these courses will help take your skillset to the next level.
Grant Writing 102: Writing Your First Grant
In this course, we will learn where to look for grants, learn how to identify if a grant is a good match for your organization, help you write a grant for your organization, and peer review grants by understanding
the need, reviewing believability / sincerity, and using
S.M.A.R.T. Goals - Specific, Measureable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely.
Date/Time: Thursdays, November 8-December 6 (No class Nov. 22),
Cost: $195 (4 Class Sessions)
Offered by Ohlone College Community Education. Register today by visiting http://ohlone.augusoft.net or call 510-742-2303
*Courses held at the Ohlone College Newark Campus located at 39399 Cherry St., Newark, 94560, Room NC2309