For many organizations and businesses, grant writing is a critical “lifeline” for their funding. Consider writing a grant to help get the funding needed to operate your business, programs or projects. The University of Georgia’s Grant Writing Certificate is a classroom program offered at UGA’s Gwinnett Campus in Lawrenceville, Georgia.
Hours: 24 hours / 2.4 CEUs
Where: UGA's Gwinnett campus
When: June 6 - 9, 2016
Cost: $799 (includes materials)
This program gives you the confidence and know-how to develop a successful grant proposal. You’ll learn how to identify funding resources, develop an attractive program, meet tough deadlines, and much more. You’ll also learn how to apply grant-writing techniques to a variety of fund-raising campaigns.
Over four days, the Grant Writing Certificate program will cover these four components:
Program Development for Grant Writers
Using common grant development formats, participants will proceed step-by-step through the development of a concept to a completed proposal, emphasizing hot topics and hot fields with funding resources; identifying and evaluating the most appropriate funding sources; researching a problem and supplying the documentation and statistics necessary for supporting a grant proposal; and identifying the characteristics of successful grant writers.
Writing Skills for Grant Writers
Examine writing techniques to help you write smarter and faster. Topics include writing tools, word-processing shortcuts, needs assessments and report writing, desktop publishing, proofreading, copyediting, and online processes for grant applications.
Examine the characteristics of different funding resources and learn how to find and use those most appropriate for your programs and projects. Learn about funding fundamentals beyond grant writing, including annual solicitations, capital campaigns, and endowments; municipal fundraising; volunteer management; strategic planning; board development; and public relations.
Managing the Grant Process: From Program Development to Final Reports
Understand the latest grant application trends, including more online grant processes, new government regulations, and new social policies. This class will review the many different categories of grants for programs and projects.
Who Should Attend?
9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
$799 (includes materials)
Students will be awarded a Certificate of Program Completion for 2.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) upon completion of 24 hours of course work.
Attendance Policy and Other Important Requirements:
Timely and successful completion of written and oral assignments is required. To receive your Certificate of Completion, your attendance is also required for all four sessions.