A Skill Building Workshop
UW-Green Bay University Union, Phoenix A
Wednesday, May 22, 9 a.m. — 4 p.m.
Registration at 8:30 a.m.
What You Will Learn
Every project needs money to blossom, yet traditional sources of funding for many programs have been shrinking. If you’ve been appointed the official (or especially, unofficial) grant writer for your organization, this workshop is for you! Join veteran grant writer Joe Gaunt for an informative and enjoyable workshop that will put you in the know about how to win that grant your agency needs!
This workshop will help you:
- Discover funding to support current activities and to advance new initiatives.
- Navigate the grant seeking minefields and teach you the winning ways of successful applicants.
- Learn the pros and cons of Federal funding.
- Understand what application reviewers really look for, and how to avoid fatal flaws that doom many funding proposals.
Additionally, you will learn the language of the field, the importance of building a relationship with the grant maker's representative, and how to create a compelling grant application.
Bring your ideas, needs, and draft proposals with you. By the end of the day, you’ll know how best to present your ideas and needs, and where to find the money you’re seeking. Participants will be invited to browse a table filled with resource materials that will be on display.
There is a fee of $99 which includes materials, morning refreshments and lunch. UWGB Staff & Student Rate is $69.
Online: Click here to register online.
By Mail: complete the registration form and return it with your payment to:
UW Green Bay, Outreach and Adult Access, CL 204,
2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311-7001.
By Fax: complete a registration form with payment information and fax to: (920) 465-2643
Presenter: Joe Gaunt
Joe Gaunt has won millions of dollars for public broadcasting projects, educational, religious and health-care ventures over the past two decades. Joe specializes in research to identify prospective funders, writing and editing grant applications, as well as teaching others to write and research through workshops like this one. He was appointed among the initial academic staff members to help build the University of Wisconsin’s Green Bay campus 44 years ago, with emphasis on bringing public television and radio to northeastern Wisconsin.
Click here to download a pdf version of the flyer.
For more information, contact Ashley Heath
Phone: (920) 465-2608
Continuing Education Hours(CEH)
Workshop participants can receive 6 CEH and a certificate of completion for their participation.
All cancellations have a $25 non-refundable processing charge. Cancellations after 5/15/13 will not receive a refund.