This one credit course provides concrete, practical guidance for preparing successful grant proposals. Participants will learn how to organize proposals, find and use pertinent facts and data, and build compelling cases to effectively ?sell? your proposal. We will discuss strategies to fully meet common proposal requirements, the importance of appearance, and address the key areas of budgets and evaluation. You will learn how to avoid common errors that keep many proposals from being funded. Students will also learn how to search for relevant grant opportunities.
DATES: May 19 - June 13, 2014; See notes for meeting pattern info; 1 cr - pick 3 courses for 3 cr
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