In this course, you will learn how to develop successful, grant-fundable proposals.
Whether you're interested in writing grant proposals as a career or in obtaining funding for your organization, this course will give you the grant-writing skills you need to outshine your competition. Highly recommended for development professionals, educators, nonprofit agency staff members or volunteers, and anyone else involved in fundraising for a large or small organization.
While the skills you'll learn during this course are transferable, keep in mind that the focus of this class is on obtaining grant funding for nonprofit organizations.
About The Instructor
Janet Levine has been involved with grant writing and fund raising since 1988. Prior to starting her consulting company in 2007, she was the Vice President for University Advancement at a public, urban university. Levine has been a fundraiser and administrator at a number of colleges, universities and other non-profit organizations. She holds a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University and a B.A. from Hofstra University.
Bo Morton has spent the past 15 years as a grant development practitioner. She was the Director of Grants Development and Management at a community college for more than a decade. During her tenure, she secured over $75 million in grants for college programs. Since 2011, her company Linked-to-Grow has assisted nonprofits and educational institutions develop resources via grants from governments, private foundations, multilateral organizations, and other revenue streams.