GPLH Co-President Alison Paul will be teaching a virtual course this fall through Westchester Community College: “Grant Writing Basics for NonProfit Organizations” will be offered via ZOOM from 6-9 pm on four Wednesdays: Oct. 26; Nov. 2, 9, 16. Alison has raised millions of dollars over her 30+ year career working with nonprofits and in her grant consulting business.
The course is ideal for those new to grant writing or those who work for a nonprofit and want to increase their skill set. Learn to write a grant to support a nonprofit’s mission and goals.
The course will include how to: find funders; understand the components of a strong proposal; write a basic budget; articulate realistic and measurable outcomes; construct evaluation plans. It will also address how to get started as a grant writer.
The course is interactive. It will include many sample grants to review as well as access to a wealth of resources. The final project is a short letter proposal. We will read all proposals and then, in a friendly, constructive way, participants will vote yay or nay on funding – so you’ll experience being a grant reviewer as well.
GPLH Board Member John Scuderi took this course and recommends it highly: “Alison is a knowledgeable, patient teacher who skillfully and expertly covers a lot of course material in a short amount of time. Over the course of just four sessions, she provided our class with an overview of the grant writer's role that went a long way toward preparing me for the full-time Grant Writer position I now hold. I strongly recommend Alison's course to anyone who is interested in grant writing, whether you are making a career change or just want to expand your knowledge.”
The course is listed in the fall SUNY Westchester Workforce Development and Community Education catalog, on page 8, under Careers in Writing & Publishing. (CE-GRANT 2000, #89943, $160) Click here to view the catalog.
To register, call 914-606-6830 and press option 1.
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Email Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org