ATHENS, Ohio (Feb. 23, 2007) -- If your organization is in need of outside funding, this comprehensive workshop will provide you with the tools to write a successful grant proposal.
During this five-week session held at Ohio University Zanesville, participants will study grant components, develop a plan, and write a grant to be submitted or worthy of submission. This course is designed to assist educators and others in all areas of grant preparation. Sessions will be held from 4:30 to 8 p.m. on five Thursday evenings, beginning on April 12.
This hands-on workshop will be tailored to the individual needs of each student and consider all aspects of grant writing. The course will include lecture, small group activities, group discussions, review of proposals, guided Internet research and writing activities.
Sessions will be taught by Howard Troutner, grant-writing trainer. Troutner has a long and successful career as a grant writer. During the past eight years he has acquired over $10 million in funded grants for the school system where he worked. He has received over 140 hours of grant-writing training from the Grantsmanship Center in California and from Research Associates in South Carolina. He serves as the Ohio and West Virginia Consultant for Research Associates and has conducted grant writing workshops in Ohio, Georgia and South Carolina.
Registration fee is $65. One graduate credit hour is available at an additional cost of $85.
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