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Writing a Grant Proposal | A&D: Tactical & Strategic | On Demand

As more institutions apply for external funding, it is necessary in this competitive environment to create a well-crafted grant proposal. This course will cover the types of funders and funding available so your organization can make an informed decision as you begin the proposal writing process. You will also learn what information is needed for most grant proposals, how to organize and plan your proposal, and considerations for managing a grant project. Other topics includes creating a case statement and elevator speech, gathering grant resources, and the grant review process.

Who Should Attend:
Archivists, librarians, or other staff members who have an interest in or responsibility to explore funding resources for an institution.
Please note that neither fundraising nor specific information for capital project grants is covered in this course.

Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:
•Understand the variety of funders and funding available
•Describe and collect the types of information needed for most grant proposals
•Describe the difference between goals, objectives, and activities and articulate those in your grant proposals
•Create an elevator speech to promote your funding idea
•Describe the importance of planning in the grant process

You will have access to this product for 60 days from the date of purchase.

If you intend to pursue the A&D Certificate, you will need to pass the examination for this course.