Grant Writing

In order for grants to be funded they must be concise, persuasive, and powerful. The successful grant writer avoids jargon and appeals to a broad audience--all while demonstrating expertise in his or her field of study. Knowing what aspects of the project to highlight for a specific agency or program is crucial to winning over reviewers.

This course is ideal for novice as well as seasoned grant writers. The material covers every stage of the proposal process from effective brainstorming techniques, to persuasive language and useful editing tips. By the end of this course participants will posses the skills necessary to write compelling grants and increase their funding opportunities.