Grant Writing MasterClass
The Grant Writing MasterClass is a comprehensive eight-hour in-person class that teaches nonprofit professionals how to write corporate, foundation, and government grant proposals. Susan Woods, the teacher, facilitates the class using a lecture and demonstration methodology.
How the class is taught
Susan facilitates lectures and demonstrations that include her practical experience as a nonprofit executive director and grant writer. Susan also provides facilitates role-play activities and exercises.
The Grant Writing MasterClass is eight hours due to the amount of information, activities, exercises, and excellent networking opportunities.
Split the class time
Susan teaches the Grant Writing MasterClass on the first Saturday of each month from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. If you cannot devote eight hours to attend the class, then you can split the class time into two parts.
Therefore, you do NOT have to attend the full eight hours in one day. You can attend the class as follows:
- Part I – 08:00 am – 12:00 pm on one Saturday
- Part II – 12:30 pm – 04:00 pm on another Saturday
PART I: (8:00 am – 12:00 pm)
The first part of the Grant Writing MasterClass teaches you how to write the ten components of a standard grant proposal below:
- Problem Statement
- Vision Statement
- Mission Statement
- Qualitative Objectives
- Quantitative Goals
- Program Description
- Program Budget
- Implementation Plan
- Evaluation Plan
- Sustainability Plan
PART II: (12:00 pm – 4:00 pm)
The second part of the Grant Writing MasterClass teaches nonprofit professionals how to complete the following tasks:
- find grant money using the RFP research process
- read corporate, foundation, and government RFPs
- develop revenue generation diversification strategies
- grade sample grant proposals using Rubric Score Sheets
- participate in role-play activities to present grant proposals
- create a lucrative home-based Grant Writing Business
Who should enroll?
This class is specifically designed for people interested in learning how to write grant proposals for 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.
In addition to learning all of the topics listed in Parts I and II above, you will also receive the following benefits:
- detailed learning materials
- networking with professionals
- fun and interactive activities
- breakfast refreshments
- catered boxed lunches
- free access to the online version
What: Grant Writing MasterClass
When: Saturday, March 7, 2020
Time: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: Drury Inn & Suites Hotel
8925 Red Oak Boulevard
Charlotte, North Carolina
Fee: $90 per person
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Questions? Call Susan Woods at 704-968-2769