Ohio State University Extension Community Development to Host Beginner’s Guide to Grant Writing Course
The Beginner’s Guide to Grant Writing Course will be offered in Noble County March 30 and April 20 from 9a.m. – 5 p.m. at the Ohio State University Extension Noble County Office 46049 Marietta Rd., Caldwell.
This two-day program is hosted by Ohio State University Extension Community Development Educators Gwynn Stewart, MS of Noble County and Kyle White, MBA, Area Leader; and Educator, Community Development – Lorain County.
The course covers what to do before you write a grant; organizational mission and structure; components of a grant proposal; finding and connecting with funders; and writing and finalizing an actual proposal for review. Attendees should come prepared with a grant project idea which they will detail out further during the course. An optional review of the drafted grant by a professional grant writer is also included as well as complimentary access to a national foundation database through Purdue University who developed the curriculum.
The course fee is $175, however thanks to a program sponsor, attendees from Ohio Appalachian Counties will receive a subsidized fee for this event. Those who live or work in Noble County will qualify for a full scholarship. Class size is limited, please RSVP to Gwynn Stewart at 740-305-3177 or via email at email@example.com by March 20. Lunch will be included, please note any food allergies or accommodations necessary upon registration.