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Grant Seekers Workshop to be held January 10

Grant Seekers Workshop to be held January 10

Grant Seekers Workshop to be held January 10

Building Competitive Communities, Inc.
The Ultimate Grant-Seeker's Workshop
Master Grant writers understand a simple philosophy: Grant writing is as much a Science as it is an Art.
In this course, participants will explore and probe the advance techniques of identifying Grant-Maker's secrets to funding dynamic proposals. Through hands on exercises and case study reviews, learners will acquire the skills to develop a comprehensive road map to chart philanthropic giving in their Non-profit universe. This course will review the essential steps of successful proposal writing such as: Energetic Executive Summaries; effective need statements; clear goals, objectives and strategies that are aligned with the Grant-Maker's area of funding focus. In addition, this workshop will examine vigorous evaluation models that reinforce investments by Grant-Makers to support worthy project budgets.
Where: EAST GEORGIA STATE COLLEGE - Swainsboro, Georgia
Date: January 10, 2013
Time: 10:00 am— 3:00 pm
Instructor: Mike Killen, CEO
BCC, Inc.
Certified Nonprofit Consultant
Workshop Fee:
Early Registration $250.00 - On Site Registration $275.00
1.5 CEUs Earned
(includes tuition, materials, certificate of completion, and light refreshments)
To Register Call: (478)289-2464
Ms. Jean D. Schwabe, Director
The Sudie A. Fulford Community Learning Center - East Georgia State College
Look what others are saying:
He’s professional…His work is cutting edge…When we think about our organization since partnering with BCC, we know confidently that our foundation is now advancing our mission.” Karla Redding-Andrews, The Otis Redding Foundation
I have attended a grant workshop priced at nearly $1200 and I did not get half of the practical solutions and philanthropic insight I received from The Ultimate Grant-Seekers Workshop…Two thumbs up!” Ann D Spell, DocQments, LLC

Originally Posted: November 28, 2012 by Elizabeth Gilmer
Last Edited: August 27, 2013 by Elizabeth Gilmer