Organizational readiness for securing grant funding (Session 4 of 4)
This four-session synchronistic distance learning course will take an in-depth look at what it takes to increase organizational preparations needed to successfully apply for grant funding, how to write a highly competitive proposal, incorporate best practices in program design, and develop compelling budget narratives. In addition, the course will explore the major steps needed to go from initial idea to grant writing and submission. The course is hands-on and process oriented. Those taking the course will have the tools and preparation to apply for a number of different types of grants.
Session 4: The value of peer review gives real examples of the peer review process in prioritizing grants for funding. This session will also include interactive activities that allows organizations to bring segments of a grant application to be reviewed and discussed based on strengths and weaknesses.