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CPD-0220 – Grant Writing Certificate (CPD-0220_GRANT)

Grant Writing

This course provides a focused overview of grant writing for non-profits. Examines development reference tools (paper, electronic, and online), websites, structuring and writing the funding request, community collaboration and partnerships, project budgeting, management, evaluation, sustainability, and reporting activities. Students will be encouraged to collaborate in the design of projects and programs for which grant funds can be solicited.

Learning Outcomes
Upon completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Identify potential funding strategies for grant writing activities.
  • Organize and manage the proposal development process.
  • Establish and encourage representative community participation on local development teams.
  • Compile relevant research, standards and Internet resources to support funding activities.
  • Prepare a comprehensive grant proposal
This course offers 16 CE hours

Seven Zoom Sessions on Wednesdays
September 8 through November 3 2021
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

No class on 9/29
Final Projects due 11/3, No class
Online via Zoom

Cost: $525
Discounts (use code when registering):
DU Affiliates (alumni, faculty, staff) and Military: 10% off - code: CPDDU10
Students: 15% off - code: CPDDU15

Sylvia D. Hall-Ellis, Ph.D.
works as a consultant and expert witness for patent attorneys. Her work focuses on authenticity and public availability of prior art for filings before the United States Patent Office Board and federal district courts. A member of a variety of professional organizations, she is listed in several editions of regional and national bibliographic volumes. She has published numerous technical reports, articles, and monographs and has conducted major field-based research studies. Currently, she is working on a research project focused on the leadership competencies needed in technical services and library administration. She earned her MLS from the University of North Texas, an MPS from the University of Denver, and a PhD in library and information science from the University of Pittsburgh.
Course Details
Location: University ParkMode of Study: OnlinePlaces Left: 29Waitlist Places Left: 15Fee: $525


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