- February 27, 2018
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Intended for individuals of all experience levels, this all-day class provides ample opportunities for hands on experience on topics such as how to find grant sources, evaluate those sources and write a compelling application. Please come to class with a grant-worthy project and a computer if possible as we will write sections of a grant to share for peer evaluation and discussion. Everyone will leave the class with parts of an application ready for submission.
M. Linda Wastyn, Ph.D., President of Wastyn & Associates, has more than 30 years of grant development experience that began at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and continued at Bridgewater College, and St. Ambrose University where she raised more than $17 million in grant funds. Since opening her company in 2011, she has worked with clients from across the community and the country who represent a wide spectrum of nonprofit organizations to research and write grants for local, regional, and national foundations as well as government organizations, raising nearly $6 million for their priority needs. She co-teaches a grant writing class for the Quad Cities Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and frequently speaks at the Grant Professionals Association annual meeting.
CEUs have been applied for; please inquire about approval.
A lunch will be provided