GSETA Institute Training: Grant Writing and Request for Proposals: Locating Sources and Writing Successful Proposals

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Training Information

  

Grant Writing and Request for Proposals: Locating Sources and Writing Successful Proposals

External funding is critical to the development and implementation of new programs and services for many organizations.  To attract and maintain the interest of funding sources, proposals must demonstrate organizational credibility, logical planning and clear and convincing narratives.

In this workshop, we will explore how to research and identify potential private and public funding sources and develop the tools and knowledge to plan and write successful grant proposals.  The workshop will provide hands-on experience in crafting the essential sections of a successful proposal, including a needs statement, goals and objectives, project organization and implementation, outcomes, personnel, budget and evaluation plan. 

Who Should Attend

 

 This training is designed for all planners and managers responsible for finding funding for their agency as well as members of an organization who create Grant Applications and Requests for Proposals.  One Stop Operators, One Stop Partners, and service providers will all benefit from this training

 Your Facilitator

 

Camille Mahon

Ms. Camille Mahon retired in 2004 from MiddlesexCountyCollege where she served as Executive Director of Planning and Development. M s. Mahon has taught courses and conducted workshops in Grant Writing for a number of organizations and institutions, including GSETA, Middlesex County College and Mercer County Community College.  At Middlesex, she supervised the departments of marketing, research and grants development.  Prior to employment at Middlesex, she served as assistant director at the RefugeeResourceCenter in NYC and as program officer in adult education at the NJ Department of Education.  She has taught ESL in colleges and adult schools and also worked in refugee resettlement.  Ms. Mahon holds a master’s degree in TESOL and international education from Rutgers University.  She currently serves as a consultant in planning, grants development and project management for a number of institutions and non-profit organizations and volunteers teaching ESL at a women’s drop in center.

 

Date & Location

 

Thursday, December 12, 2013 

Middlesex One Stop Career Center

550 Jersey Avenue

New Brunswick, NJ 08901

           

Schedule

 

The schedule for each session is:

   8:30AM – 9:00AM                             Coffee Service and Registration
   9:00AM – 12:00PM                           Seminar
  12:00PM – 1:00PM                            Lunch (A light lunch will be served)
  1:00PM – 3:00PM                              Seminar 

Directions to Training Site

 

Middlesex One Stop Career Center

550 Jersey Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

www.middlesex.co.nj.us/employment/directions.asp 

Training Cancellations

 

Although we make every effort to conduct training as scheduled, the Garden State Institute for Professional Development may be forced to cancel a training session due to insufficient enrollment or other extenuating circumstances. If there is sufficient time to provide notification, we will personally notify you of the cancellation using the contact information provided during the registration process. Therefore, in the event that we need to contact you, it is important that you provide all information requested. If time permits, cancellations will be posted on the GSETA website and individual notifications will be sent. 

Institute Policies

 

Registered Individuals including GSETA members and their staff must cancel at least ten (10) days prior to the scheduled training date in order to receive a refund on the tuition for that training.

“No Shows” to any training session will be charged at the full tuition rate. GSETA members and their staff will be charged for “no shows” in accordance with GSETA policies.

Substitutions may be made at any time and may be done on site. Individuals must identify themselves as a substitute and provide the name of the individual for whom they are substituting. This will avoid duplicate billings.

Attire

 

Unless otherwise noted, business attire is appropriate for training. It is difficult to control the room temperature to suit everyone’s comfort level; therefore, bring a sweater or light jacket.

Registration

 

To register download this registration form and return via email:
GSETA Training announcement December 2013