Released: June 12, 2019
Santa Fe Community College’s Continuing Education Department and Georgia O’Keeffe Museum will co-host a Grantsmanship Training Program Aug. 5-9 on SFCC’s campus at 6401 Richards Ave. in Santa Fe. The intensive, five-day, hands-on workshop for nonprofit and government grantseekers will guide participants step by step through all stages of planning programs, researching funding sources and writing proposals.
The Grantsmanship Center will conduct the course. Participants will practice using the Grantsmanship Center’s approach to planning programs and writing grant proposals and receive useful, up-to-date, practical information. The textbook Program Planning & Proposal Writing is highly recommended and will be referenced during class. It can be purchased at the time of registration.
To ensure personal attention, registration is limited to 30 participants. Tuition is $995 until June 24 with an early bird discount. After June 24, tuition is $1,095. There are a limited number of partial scholarships available for qualified organizations. Alumni may qualify for special discounts.
To register for the Grantsmanship Training Program, for more information or to apply for a partial scholarship, contact the Grantsmanship Center at 213-482-9862, www.tgci.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Grantsmanship Center helps private and public nonprofits make better communities by offering training and publications to help organizations plan programs and write compelling grant proposals. For more information, call 800-421-9512 or go to www.tgci.com.
SFCC’s Continuing Education Department provides credit and noncredit courses for all ages. The Continuing Education Summer Schedule 2019 outlines classes and workshops that can provide a valuable means of personal enrichment and professional development. Call 505-428-1676 or go to www.sfcc.edu.
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