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Writing a Successful Grant Workshop
Huron, SD February 27, 2013
The training provided participants the opportunity to develop an understanding of the components of a successful grant proposal. Topics included:
Understanding of what funding organizations look for in grant recipients
How to develop a program that sells itself
How to write a winning narrative
How to evaluate a program
Budget and budget narrative
Grant funding and writing resources
Participants brought their ideas to start developing them or brought a draft to review!
She did an excellent job of walking around and visiting/connecting with every person in attendance. I love how she then incorporated their story as “Real World” examples in the presentation.
I like that she gave time to have each person or group break down and go through the various planning stages.
She had an awesome ice breaker at the beginning that lead to a great opening hour of the presentation.
I must say that the workshop was awesome! The speaker was great, really knows her stuff. The session was very informative, and the interaction especially was the best part. I would love to go one of these grant workshops in the future.
I enjoyed the time for discussion and reflection.
It really exceeded my expectations – I wasn’t expecting it to be so hands-on! It was also very enjoyable and interesting. I feel like it was a great program, and well worth the price.
This was an excellent workshop. Very informative and helpful.
The workshop was nicely balanced with lecture, information sharing and short work sessions.