San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
City and Community of Arvada, on behalf of eCivis, Inc. is hosting one of the best professional development programs in 2014. Dr. Bev Browning, Vice President of Grants Professional Services for eCivis, will take you on a journey of the grant funding opportunity world and show you what it takes to make your grant application stand out in the highly competitive stack of applications to be reviewed.
- Understanding of how program officers and peer reviewers score grant applications
- Adopting “writing to win” best practices to score higher during the grant application’s peer review process
- Generating a list of key funding search terms related to your project
About Your Speaker: Dr. Beverly Browning (“Dr. Bev”) brings four decades of writing grant requests for government agencies, nonprofit organizations, colleges and universities, associations and other grant seeking groups. She has conducted training for the Michigan Municipal League, Arkansas Municipal League, League of Arizona Cities and Towns, Arizona Counties Association, and the National League of Cities. Dr. Bev has assisted her clients and workshop participants throughout the United States in receiving grant awards of more than $400 million. She is the author of 40 grants-related publications and is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and workshop facilitator. She joined eCivis in 2010 to launch Grants Professional Services and serves as the vice president of this growing corporate division.
Corporate Policy: eCivis can accept purchase orders for your registration fee. If you would like to pay with a PO, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or (626) 204-5346. There is no multiple registration discount for individuals registering from the same organization. Refunds will not be issued if you cannot attend. However, you have the option of sending another person in your place (eCivis must be notified of this change). If you are unable to send a replacement, you may request a copy of the printed handouts and receive a textbook in lieu of a refund. No exceptions to this policy
What to Bring: Laptop, notebook, pen/pencil, and project ideas for your grants writing excercises. Please bring business cards to network with other attendees.
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