Program posted by: Institute for Nonprofit Management, Portland State Univ.
Posted on: February 12, 2013
Shrinking budgets and political gridlock have made getting federal government grants even more competitive.
At the same time, the grantmaking process itself is constantly changing, making it necessary to keep current on new processes and procedures.
That's why PSU's Center for Public Service/Institute for Nonprofit Management is offering public service professionals in government and non-profit organizations a specially designed program to help develop winning proposals.The program is designed and offered by Michael Wells, a leading grant-writing professional who's already raised over $140 million in grants during his career and has taught grantwriting in PSU's Public Administration MPA program for over 10 years.
Class Format: 2 all-day classes (9 am to 4 pm) held on Friday, March 15 & Friday, April 12. During the intervening 4 weeks, participants will be expected to craft part of an actual grant proposal and review sample grants; they will also receive direct feedback and advice on their grant work from other participants and Mr. Wells.
Cost: $450 per person for two days
Registration information: http://www.inpm.pdx.edu/fedgrantwriting
Registration ends on March 8th, 2013
If you could forward this information to your colleagues and other people who you think would be interested, we would really appreciate your support.