Welcome grant writers of all experience levels! In two three-hour online sessions, you will gain insider grant knowledge to build skills to successfully secure funding. We recommend taking Beginning Grant Writing first to gain baseline knowledge.
|Series||Professional Grant Writing Certificate|
|Next Session||Feb. 17, 2022 – Feb. 18, 2022|
Be persuasive and Prepared for Success
Do you wish you knew exactly what grant reviewers were looking for? Although the grant application process varies, there are some important common elements which can give you an edge. This online workshop will provide you with insights into persuasive and effective grant writing through a mock-interview process. This program is a great resource for all grant writers, whether you are writing your first grant or have years of experience. In order to be best prepared for this workshop, we recommend you take Beginning Grant Writing the day before so you learn current best practices. Plus, by taking both workshops you will earn the Professional Grant Writing Certificate.
You will learn:
- A three-step RFP Analysis Process to identify sponsor hot buttons
- How to integrate persuasive themes into every section of your response
- How to create an opening summary that captures attention and sets you apart
- The critical elements of the grant review process
- How to interpret reviewers’ comments
- How to anticipate and preempt reviewer objections as you write your proposal
- Build the skills to successfully find and gain grant funding
Who should attend
Aspiring, new, and even experienced nonprofit leaders hoping to better develop their grant writing skills.
Jeremy T. Miner, M.A., is director of grants and contracts in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and also president of Miner and Associates, Inc., a nationwide consulting firm that provides grant seeking and fundraising services to nonprofit organizations. In addition to developing and administering proposals to public and private grant makers, Jeremy has served as a reviewer for federal and state grant programs and helped private foundations streamline their grant application guidelines. He has presented grant seeking workshops nationally and internationally to thousands of grant-getters. His successful grant writing techniques have generated millions of grant dollars for many nonprofit education, healthcare and social service agencies.