SANTA FE, NM – Santa Fe Community College’s Continuing Education Department is partnering with The Grantsmanship Center to present the Grantsmanship Training Program Online August 10-14. Since most nonprofit organizations are working remotely and need more funding than ever, this online course addresses an urgent need.
The intensive, five-day workshop for nonprofit and government grant seekers will guide participants step- by-step through all stages of planning programs, researching funding sources and writing proposals.
During the training program, participants will learn:
- How to find funders that want to support your organization’s mission
- The eight components of a winning grant proposal & how to create them
- How to avoid pitfalls that can sabotage even experienced grant professionals
- How to review and analyze grant proposals from the funder’s point of view
Participants will create and review real proposals in class while building a network of supportive colleagues.
Class size is limited to 24 participants. Tuition is $1,095. Register by July 20 to receive an early bird registration cost of $995. Half-scholarships are available for a limited number of qualified organizations. Register, get more information, or apply for a partial scholarship by contacting The Grantsmanship Center at www.tgci.com or email@example.com .
The textbook Program Planning & Proposal Writing is highly recommended and will be referenced during class. It can be purchased at the time of registration.
The Grantsmanship Center helps private and public nonprofits make better communities by offering training and publications to help organizations plan programs and write compelling grant proposals. For more information, call 800-421-9512 or go to www.tgci.com.
SFCC’s Continuing Education Department provides courses for all ages. Registration is available online. All CE classes are online this summer. The Summer 2020 Non-credit Schedule outlines classes and workshops that can provide a valuable means of personal enrichment and professional development. For more information, call 505-428-1676 or email CE@sfcc.edu.