From all my years of writing and reviewing grants I’ve learned that the ability to write successful grants corresponds with your ability to tell a story. In fact, there are many similarities between writing a grant and writing a short story. The only difference is a short story is fiction and a grant is not. Nevertheless, the skill sets required to do both are the same.
That’s why you need to master the art of storytelling. It doesn’t come easy for everyone, but I can teach you. I’ve discovered that my super power is story telling. I know how to do it and I know how to teach it.
In my NEW course: “grAnt wRiTing 101: The ART of the Skill” I teach the key components for effective story telling.
It’s a 4 week course that combines online instruction and group coaching.
This course includes:
- Kickoff Conference Call
- Weekly training modules & assignments
- Live Coaching Calls
- Practice & Application
- Peer to Peer Support
- Certificate of Completion
- The Basics
- Purpose of a Grant
- Who’s Eligible
- Types of Grants
- Funding Sources
- The Five Elements of Storytelling
- How to Incorporate Storytelling Elements into the Grant Components, including:
- Problem Statement
- Program Description
- How to write Goals and Objectives
- The Grant Review Process
- And more…
To keep the classes intimate and allow for a quality coaching experience we can only offer up to 12 slots per course.
The last time I offered a coaching course similar to this it filled up almost immediately. Once the course fills up registration will close.
Register by Monday, September 25th and receive the following BONUS offerings for FREE:
– Grant Writer’s toolkit ($19.99 value), which includes:
- Proposal Template
- Sample Budget
- Budget Template
- Letters of Support Template
– Downloadable link to Introduction to Grant Writing course ($49.99 value )
Class starts Monday, October 16th.
NOTE: This course moves at a fast pace and it requires a full commitment to doing the work. It is designed to significantly improve your writing skills, so participation in the writing assignments is paramount. Otherwise, you will not get the results you desire.