2015 Grant Writing Institute: Rural Health Grant Writing Specialist Training
03/03/15 State-wide, Ore.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to write better grant proposals, turn rurality to your advantage, acquire additional writing experience, and more.
Participants will benefit from learning about a range of approaches to grant writing from an array of rural health partners. This series is perfect for beginners seeking to gain the skills to research and draft winning proposals from various agencies.
The NOSORH Grant Writing Institute was developed to meet the unique needs of rural grant writers - like you! And like many before you, the education gained through this course will speak for itself. “I have a lot more confidence in grant writing now- will refer to my notes frequently!” says a 2014 graduate. And, “I enjoyed this webinar and very much enjoyed all the webinars in the GWI. I gained a lot of information that I can use in future research projects, managing staff, collaborating with community partners, finding funding sources, and writing and editing future grants. Thank you, Kassie!” says another.
Participants in the course will benefit from:
- Learning assignments to apply what they learn to their everyday work and build a personal grant resource library.
- On-going virtual support to assist participants with current and future grant writing questions.
- Regular updates on upcoming grant opportunities.
- A certificate of completion at the end of the class series after completing 6 of 9 classes and 4 of 6 homework assignments.
- Connecting with other grant writers via the NOSORH Grant Writing Facebook group to learn about the latest hot topics in grant writing.
Registration ends March 26, 2015 — class size will be limited and will be offered on a first-come basis, with a limit of 50 students, so ensure your place in this one-of-a-kind training. This is an opportunity for anyone looking to enhance their grant writing skills! Don’t miss your chance to participate. Sign up today!
To register, please see the attached brochure with registration information. Or visit NOSORH's website to find all the information on this year’s Grant Writing Institute.