Grant Writing Certificate Series
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Designed for local, state, and federal government and non-profit professionals to advance their grant writing skills to secure funding.
When: 5 Fridays in May 2024, 10AM – 2PM (includes lunch)Time commitment: 20 hours in-person/Zoom + estimated 20-40 hours proposal development timeLocation: Charlotte Center, 8030 Arrowridge Blvd, CharlotteCost: $1900 for all 5 sessions (orig. $2220)
This workshop is an explanation of the process for securing funding in the public administration and the nonprofit sector. Explore the funding environment which includes how to identify foundations, corporations, and government funding sources.
This workshop will involve identifying a funding source that aligns with the proposed initiatives of both the agency and the source. Pre-requisite PACE 660.
This workshop will include writing a grant proposal as a written assignment. The proposal will include the funding source and the initiatives. Pre-requisite PACE 661.
This workshop will include an implementation plan and evaluation of the proposed grant. Grant proposals will include peer and professor review. Pre-requisite PACE 662. Certificate issued upon successful completion of PACE 664.
Grant Writing V will include presentations of grant proposals. Pre-requisite PACE 663.
Stack your Grant Writing certificates into credits in Gardner-Webb’s Master of Public Administration program (10-month MPA).
Gardner-Webb University’s Searight Professional and Continuing Education program offers very specific, online and in-person courses to enhance the skill levels of professionals ranging from entry level to mid-management, executive, and beyond.
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