October 18, 2013
Location: Alumni Center 2nd Floor
This course will allow seasoned grant writers and newcomers the chance to understand and practice the essentials of writing grant proposals in an interactive and creative workshop! From writing, research and learning how to locate funding sources to grant writing tips and tutorials that have taken years of our expertise to cultivate. Let our insight into the vast resources, grant search, and grant writing strategies benefit your organization. In addition, you will learn how to pursue grant funds. This is a course not to be missed.
|9-9:30am||Welcome & Introductions|
|9:30-10:30am||The Grant Writing Process Using Logic Models|
|10:30-11:30am||The Grant Writing Format, Part 1|
|11:30-12pm||Finding Good Funding Opportunities|
|12:30-1:30pm||The Grant Writing Format, Part 2|
|1:30-2:30pm||Working Together & Refining Proposals|
|2:30-3pm||Questions & Rubric Description|
Christina Ryder graduated with a Master of Arts in Social Science with a concentration in Demographic and Social Analysis from the University of California, Irvine and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Vanguard University of Southern California. Christina has been a grant writer for over 10 years and, as a fundamental area of expertise, has been successful in securing millions of dollars in foundational, corporate and federal requests for multiple non-profit organizations, coalitions, and grass-root projects world wide. She has served in various capacities within non-profit organizations including in direct service, administrative, training, conference, and academic research review capacities. An activist at heart, Christina has dedicated most of her personal research and volunteer efforts to addressing the needs faced by at-risk youth, those affected by poverty, and women and children victims of violence. In addition to her role at The Grantwell, LLC, Christina is per course faculty at Missouri State University, Drury University, and Vanguard University of Southern California in each of these institutions Sociology Department. In November 2011, she was appointed to the Springfield, Missouri Mayor's Commission on Human Rights and is an active member of the local Continuum of Care Homeless Task Force.
- $125 (per person)
- $100 (student rate)
Faculty and Staff Noncredit Fee Waiver Approved!
MSU employees need to register and pay for these classes through My Learning Connection. You can make payment using your MyBenefit account, or pay by credit card or electronic check. Please direct questions about your MyBenefit account to HR Benefits at 836-5892. Other course questions please call Cody Brewington at 836-8974.