The Drake University Center for Professional Studies is pleased to offer a three day program that brings a wide array of competencies supporting the art of grant writing.
Developing a sustainable grants strategy
Finding and evaluationg grant making organizations who want to make an "investment" in your mission
Project design - delivering measurable and sustainable results
Telling the story through effective mission, goalas, and objectives
The role of the budget - how budgeting adds value to the proposal
Putting it all together and making a strong case - intepreting the Request for Proposal (FRP), persuasive narrative, organizing/formatting, engaging stakeholder support, etc.
Value of effective grant management
Program Designed for the Person Who...
is a member of a grant writing team or project
wants to develop grant writing skills and expand professinal and personal opportunities
is currently writing grants and seeks enhanced skills
is currently managing grants
Who will be facilitating?
Lance Noe, Director of the Drake University Center for Professional Studies teaches grant writing for the Drake University Master of Public Administration program . He also serves as the instructor for the grant writing curriculum offered as part of the nationally accreditied Certified Public Manager® program. Lance speaks at regional conferences and professional meetings bringing a message of how to best develop a sustainable grant seeking and grant writing organization. Since 2006, he has worked as a consultant to several agencies of state and local government leading them through a comprehensive process of developing a sustainable grants strategy as well as serving as grant writer for various local and federal grants.
When and Where?
The three-day, 15-contact hour program meets from 9am to 3pm at the Zimpleman Graduate and Professional Education Center, Aliber Hall/ Room 108, Drake University Campus on May 10th, 11th, and 12th. Cost is $375 per participant and includes all handout materials.
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