The art of grant writing is a skill that can be acquired over time and the good news is that MOST people can learn how to successfully write a winning proposal.
Most of the training around this topic is offered in brief sessions. From a couple of hours in a day to several hours over a couple of days, you can find a grant writing workshop that fits somewhere along that spectrum.
But it’s not the amount of time you spend in training that will assure you gain the necessary skills to be successful. It’s the quality of the content that is packed into that time that makes the greatest difference. When you’re provided with the right information, the right tools, AND the right instructor you’ll get the right results.
Greater Vision Consulting has combined all three of those core components to offer Grant Writing 101: Boot Camp Edition. We’ve developed an INTENSE 8-hour, four week, online course that will equip you with not only the information, but also the hands-on writing experience to increase your confidence in your ability to put together a convincing proposal. By the end of this course you will have a proposal in hand.
This course includes LIVE instruction. You will not be watching pre-recorded videos only like most online courses.
This course will cover the following (5 of the 9) Grant Professional Certification (GPC) competencies and skills required to be an effective grant professional.
GPC Competencies and Skills:
Specifically, you will learn:
Grant Writing 101: Boot Camp Edition (Online) will begin on Monday, August 19th .
As a part of your registration fee, you will receive:
Because of the intensity of this workshop, limited slots are available. It’s a first-come, first-serve basis. The cost is only $199.
This workshop is primarily for the novice or someone with limited grant writing experience.
Only a limited amount of slots are available for this course. It's first come, first served. Reserve your slot today.
With nearly two decades of professional experience, Ms. Patrick is a veteran in the grant writing and nonprofit industry. Her broad-based knowledge and real world experience in the field of grantsmanship was recently recognized and affirmed when she obtained her Grant Professional Certification (GPC) through the Grant Professionals Certification Institute.
Her background spans across the community and government levels. As a Grant Writer, she has successfully written proposals for submission to private foundations, corporations, and state and federal funding agencies.
As a sought after reviewer, she consistently reviews for the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and has previously reviewed grants for the Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health, the Administration of Children, Youth & Families, and most recently for the City of Jacksonville, Office of Grants & Contract Compliance.
She has conducted dozens of grant writing workshops in the community, academic, and corporate settings, including the Centers for Disease Control, the Southwest Georgia Regional Commission, AFLAC, the Coweta County Family Connection, and Atlanta Technical College.
In the nonprofit industry, Ms. Patrick has occupied roles as an Executive Director, Director of Programs, and Program Manager for various community-based organizations, including New Horizons Community Service Board, Citizens Against Meth, and the Georgia Meth Project.
Ms. Patrick is an alumni of Clark Atlanta University, where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communications. She obtained her Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Troy University in Phenix City, Alabama.