Grant Writing 101
Do you want to write a grant or have you written one that was not funded?
Knowing the steps to formulating a grant application, be it to a federal source or a foundation, is key to achieving funding.
- Grant Maker Terms
- Writing Style
- Program Planning & Proposal Writing Format
- Discussing the Problem
- Providing Outcomes, Methods and Process Objectives
- What are Program Outcomes
- What are Methods
- Using an Evidence-Based Approach
- What are Process Objectives
- Using a Timeline
- The Evaluation Plan
- Outcome Evaluation (Summative Evaluation)
- Process Evaluation (Formative Evaluation)
- The Budget
- Direct Costs
- Indirect Costs
- Future Support/Sustainability
- The Executive Summary
- Possible Requested Attachments
- Audited Financial Statements
- IRS Determination Letters
- Board of Director Lists
- Organizational Budget
- Resumes/Job Descriptions
- Letters of Support
- Submission, Packaging and Mailing
- Federal Grants
- Finding Grant Opportunities
- Grant Searches
- Building Relationships with Grantmakers
Grant Writing 101 has been approved for 7 hours of EILA credit.
Lunch will be provided.
Meet the Instructor
Melissa Vermillion has been a grant writer for Hazard Community and Technical College for six years. She has successfully written grant applications to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Endowment for the Arts, Appalachian Regional Commission, U.S. Department of Health Services, Department of Education TRIO programs, and several private funders.
Vermillion has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Morehead State University and is currently pursuing her MBA.