Grant Writing and Editing Fundamentals 101 GROUP COURSE
Write or Edit a Winning Grant Using This Step-by-Step Guide
Grant writing is a specialized skill—one that is increasingly in demand. Yet it is a skill that can be learned, allowing you to provide a desperately needed service for nonprofit organizations and make a lucrative income at the same time.
A grant writer’s goal is to give the applicant the best chance at funding. That’s why grant writers and editors need to know how the grant process works, how a grant proposal is structured, and how to write each element in the application. Grant Writing 101 guides you step by step through each of those elements. In eight lessons, you’ll learn:
- How the grant making process works
- How to read a grant application
- How to write each of the seven components of a grant proposal
- How to create or gather grant application attachments
- How to submit a grant proposal
By the end of the course, you’ll have completed writing or editing a grant proposal that you can submit on behalf of a nonprofit organization or use as a writing sample in your portfolio.
Instructor: Kathy Widenhouse
Format: This is the Group Course format, which includes an online discussion board and instructor feedback. This course will be conducted via Google groups.
Prerequisite: Some writing and editing experience are helpful
Level: Beginner and intermediate
Base price: $239 (members of The Christian PEN receive discounts)
Course length: This course is 8 lessons; it begins on August 15, 2022, and runs until October 17, 2022.
Registration deadline: August 13, 2022
Course Outline: Grant Writing and Editing 101 Outline
Certificate of Completion: Upon completion of this course, students will earn a course certificate. (Note: Refunds will not be given for this Group Course after August 12, 2022.)