Grant Writing 101
Whether you’re writing your first grant proposal or are an experienced grant writer, grant applications can be extremely competitive.
The Center for Rural Development is hosting a Grant Writing 101 workshop that will give new and first-time grant writers the essential skills they need to write a compelling grant proposal from start to finish.
Melissa Vermillion, director of grants and contracts, Hazard Community and Technical College, will cover key elements in the grant-writing process, including:
- Writing Style
- Program Planning and Proposal Writing Format
- Discussing the Problem
- Providing Outcomes, Methods, and Process Objectives
- What are the Program Outcomes
- What are the Methods
- Using an Evidence-Based Approach
- What are Process Objectives
- Using a Timeline
- The Evaluation Plan
- The Budget
- Direct Costs
- Indirect Costs
- Future Support/Sustainability
- The Executive Summary
For more information, call 606-677-6000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grant Writing 101 is presented by The Center for Rural Development’s Business & Community Training Center. Registration is $159 per person.
- Event Type : Public Event