Grant Writing Training
The Center @ USF, in collaboration with DCF, is offering Grant Writing training for all levels. Beginning with Grant Writing 101 attendees will:
Gain an understanding of the overall process for seeking and applying for grant funding; delineate key terminology used by funders in grant applications; outline key preparations that should be taken when applying for a grant; understand the core components of a grant proposal; Articulate your guiding values and how to operationalize these in your approach; articulate the strengths and capacity of your organization/partnership in a way that convinces funders your team is uniquely qualified to carry out the proposed work; and receive a template to guide the development of grant proposals.
Grant Writing 101 will be offered:
To register for the Grant Writing 101 training, please click on the day/time of the session that you would like to attend and register for the training. After you complete the registration you will receive a confirmation email.
Advanced modules will be offered moving forward, topics include Identifying Funding Opportunities and Forming Partnerships; Writing Persuasively & Learning to Write to What Funders Want; Writing Persuasively & Learning to Write to What Funders Want; Writing a Statement of Need; and many more.