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Let's Write A Grant! Grant Writing Workshop

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ServeUniversity.org (known as, SERVE-U) is a virtual campus providing education and training to nonprofit leaders, communitarians, and people who want to learn how to serve their communities more abundantly.

SERVE-U schedules courses on a weekly basis, and offers courses in professional nonprofit development programs through distant learning and traditional classroom settings. Our institute of learning promotes academic advancement for nonprofit organizations, it's leaders, and volunteers.


LET'S WRITE A GRANT! - $127.00 USD

Everything You Need to KNow About Seeking & Securing Grant Funding

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Supports students with tools to answer frequently asked questions on grant applications, proposals, and letter of intent; Grant search tips to seek traditional and non-traditional funding opportunities to be managed by the agency's grant calendar; Provides several ready-to-use templates for students to prepare a proposal or letter of intent for major funding opportunities.


BENEFITS: As a result of our GRANT WRITING WORKHOP students:

  1. Articulate your program need in writing

  2. Have a clear understanding of frequently asked questions by grant application and how to answer them with consistent program verbiage

  3. Develop a program budget based on the ask amount in the grant application

  4. Learn key tools needed to search for traditional and non-traditional grant funding

  5. Create a process of managing grant application deadlines on a master excel spreadsheet accessible to your organization's key stakeholders

  6. Bullets answers to the grant application example brought to class

  7. Move from intimidation to inspired about the grant application process


COURSE CREDIT HOURS: 3 Hours


DATES OF COURSES: Please choose one (1) date to register:

  • Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 4:00PM EST/ 3:00PM CST / 2:00PM PST (Atlanta, GA)

  • Sunday, January 21, 2018 at 4:00PM EST/ 3:00PM CST / 2:00PM PST (Virtual Class)

  • Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 4:00PM EST/ 3:00PM CST / 2:00PM PST (Atlanta, GA)


COURSE LEVEL: Beginner to Experienced

  • New-to-Nonprofit Leaders

  • Executive Directors

  • Fundraising Professionals

  • Board Members' Training on Fundraising

  • Creative Writers wanting to learn and new skills set


PREREQUISTE: None


WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:

  • Grant Writing eWorkbook

  • Grants Calendar template (xcl.)

  • One (1) Grant Review (valid until 2/28)

  • Access to course textbook in a shared drive

  • 30-Minute Q&A with expert Grant Writer

  • Recorded replay of virtual course

  • Retake the live course for $49


BRING THIS TO CLASS:

  • A hard-copy of the specific grant application, proposal/letter of intent guidelines to use as the specific

  • Your existing program verbiage & description

  • 2017 Program Budget and 2018 Projected Budget

  • Laptop, tablet, and/or smartphone with wireless connectivity


LOCATION OF COURSE:

  • Live Event - The private location of the live event will be released when the participant registers for class. The workshop will be held in Atlanta, Georgia in the South Atlanta area.

  • Virtual Campus - Upon paid registration, the student will be emailed a link to the live video conference and shared drive of grant writing resources


MEET YOUR FACILITATOR: - Brandi Rae Hicks is a nonprofit navigator with more than 20 years of professional nonprofit experience. She is the Founder and Professor at Serve University (known as, SERVE-U) a virtual campus providing education and training to nonprofit leaders, communitarians, and people who want to learn how to serve their communities more abundantly. Her institute of learning promotes academic advancement for nonprofit organizations, it's leaders, and volunteers.

Brandi Rae is also a Grant Writer and Nonprofit Consultant for public charities, government entities, private foundations, school districts, and philanthropists. Her nonprofit consulting firm has secured and managed over $1 Billion in major gifts, grants, and community assets. She has spearheaded projects for United Way of Greater Atlanta, City of Atlanta Parks and Recreation, Atlanta Mission, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, and The Center for Working Families. Brandi Rae was the Federal Grant Writer & Manager for Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice and Atlanta Technical College, and managed private family foundations initiatives for professional athletes, celebrities and entertainers. Her grant writing firm’s most recent professional accomplishment was securing an $11.5M Department of Education grant for Morehouse College.

Brandi Rae has a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from University of Cincinnati and received both her Master Business Administration in Marketing and Master Public Administration in Nonprofit Management from Keller Graduate School of Management. Currently, she is a graduate student at Northeastern University Doctor of Education program. Brandi Rae is a published author of “10 Things You Need to Complete Your College Application” and is the Executive Director of College Clinic helping students and their families transitions into college and beyond.


CONTACT SERVE-U: For more information about our Winter Courses, please visit our website at www.ServeUniversity.org or email us at hellostudent@ServeUniversity.org



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