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Get the Grants: The Gold Standard
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What does it take to hit a 95% or higher return rate on successful grant applications? Achieving the gold standard of grant packaging.

When: Thursday, December 13, 2012
9:00 a.m. to Noon
Where: Rollins College, Main Campus, (Bush Executive Center Basement Room 10)
SunTrust Parking Garage
East Lyman Avenue
Winter Park, Florida  32789
United States

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What does it take to hit a 95% or higher return rate on successful grant applications? Achieving the gold standard of grant packaging. In this three‐hour course, participants will learn the critical path of award winning grant packages from the preliminary to final phase of application. The course will provide all participants with a clear knowledge of the step‐by‐step procedures necessary to developing truly competitive grant applications. Participants will come away with the ability to execute grant preparation procedures using gold standard methods to win funding.

Participants will learn:

  • The six essential components that organizations must have in place prior to
    beginning an application
  • Fundamentals of the grant narrative required by all funders
  • How to optimize reviewer scores using straightforward strategies
  • The best methods of finalizing grant packages to win awards

Download the full course outline (PDF).

Tuition: $60 Members, $110 Nonmembers

Instructor: Bahíyyah Maroon Ph.D., Senior Director of Research and Design, Eripio Institute

Bahiyyah MaroonBahíyyah Maroon Ph.D., is the Senior Director of Research and Design at Eripio Institute. She oversees funding development and evaluation services delivered to non‐profits, municipalities, and school districts throughout the United States. In the 2010 – 2011 funding cycle, Dr. Maroon’s grant-writing and program design resulted in over 11 Million dollars in Federal and State funding secured on behalf of non-profits and schools. Her experience includes initiatives targeting secondary and post‐secondary students, workforce development, green economic development, and civic arts. She specializes in promoting partnerships between institutions, businesses, and diverse constituencies that lead to robust programs with sustainable funding sources. Organizations she has worked with include among others, the Bay Area Housing Corporation, Computer Mentors Group, the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida, Intel Corporation, and Institute for the Future.

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