Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Grant Writing Proposal Workshop

The Grant Writing Workshop presents

Fundamentals of Grant Proposal Writing Workshop

Los Angeles Convention Center

Thursday, February 25, 2010

8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Los Angeles, California

As a response to increased demand and competition for funding support and training, as well as the high cost of many programs, the Center is offering this one day survey course of the proposal writing and development process. Focusing on the format and structure of the successful grant proposal, this course provides attendees with an overview of each part of the grant proposal, avenues for researching available grant programs, and concludes with fundamental proposal writing techniques. This workshop is an excellent introduction for the beginning fundraiser, those requiring a refresher, and those required to write their own grant proposals.

Fundamentals of Grant Proposal Writing will cover the following topics:

* Fundamentals of the Grant Proposal Process

* Basic Elements of the Standard Grant Proposal

* Essentials of Researching Grant Opportunities

* Types of Funding Opportunities

* Online Tools and Traditional Publications for Research

* Successful Proposal Writing Techniques

* The Do's and Don'ts of Proposal Writing

* The Strategic Grant Acquisition Effort

TO REGISTER:

Tuition for this one day workshop is $199.00.

Those interested in attending must register at www.TheGrantWritingWorkshop.org Registration will remain open until the maximum amount of registered attendees has been reached.

For more Information about this training, please call us at (888) 814-6912.

ABOUT US

From major foundation programs to stimulus grants, The Grant Writing Workshop has offered straight forward and results-oriented proposal writing and development courses led by experienced development professionals for over 20 years. Our approach is modern and simple. Our emphasis on storytelling and proposal structure avoids unnecessary confusion. We train competent proposal writing experts and provide our participants the tools they need to simplify the grant proposal process. The Grant Writing Workshop has trained thousands of nonprofit, government agency, and academic research professionals our proven strategies and approaches to developing grant proposals that get funded.

Doc Challenge

Now in it's 5th year, the Emmy-nominated International Documentary Challenge returns to the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto. This year's challenge takes place March 4-8, 2010 with the Hot Docs premiere of the Finalists in early May.

http://www.docchallenge.org

The DocChallenge is a fun and innovative competition that will push your documentary skills to the limit. If you're new to the idea, it's very simple: Filmmakers from around the world are given a genre (Character Study, Music, 1st Person, etc.) and a theme (such as "Change".) Participants then have 5 days to develop, produce and edit a 4 to 7 minute non-fiction film. The result is an exhilarating five days for the filmmakers, and, as the films reveal, a joy for the audiences at Hot Docs and beyond.

Registration is now open. Entry forms can be found at:
https://www.docchallenge.org/Register.html

The 2010 Presenting Partners include Hot Docs, American Documentary/P.O.V., Documentary Educational Resources and Typecast Releasing. Supporting partners include the International Documentary Association, the Documentary Organization of Canada, DocuMentors, the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Dokufest, Docs In Progress and the 48 Hour Film Project.

The International Documentary Challenge.
Real Life. Filmed Real Fast.