Summer 2013 quarter
- Sylvie McGee
- Preparatory for studies or careers in
- fields of study: Non-Profit Management, Development, Philanthropy for careers in: Grantwriting, Non-Profit Management, Public Administration
Use hands-on practice to learn to write successful grants! We will start with an introduction to grants and their place in the development of nonprofit organizations and learn the sound planning skills needed for strong proposals. Students will write a grant for a nonprofit organization, getting feedback on each section as it is developed. A list of organizations seeking grant writing assistance will be provided**. Using interactive learning and assigned tasks, we will focus on planning, research, evaluation techniques, budgeting and how to effectively communicate issues and needs in a clear and concise manner.
This is a single course that meets for the full session.
**NOTE: If you have a non-profit or government agency you wish to write for, you MUST contact me in advance of the first day of class, so that I can send a form to be filled out by the agency and review their readiness.
- Advertised Schedule
First Session: 6-10p Tues;
Second Session: 6-10p Wed
Note: Even though the schedule changes from first to second session, this is one continuous course for the full summer session
- Schedule and Location
- Campus Location
- Online Learning
- Enhanced Online Learning
- Greener Store
- Undergraduate Credit Option
- Undergraduates will only be able to register on a space available basis and with permission of the instructor.
- Offered During