It’s a new year and many of us have committed to becoming “new” version of ourselves. We’re finally going to tackle those goals and dreams we’ve had on the back burner for years!
This CAN be the year you DO it! We want to help you do that. In fact, we want to make it simpler than ever. That’s why in the spirit of the new year, we’ve decided to offer a “Lite Edition” of Grant YOUniversity (GYU).
This edition is STILL packed with great content!
You’re not getting less quality – we just condensed it to make it more affordable. The biggest change we made is it’s now self-paced. YOU get to decide how quickly or slowly you consume the content.
Now is the perfect time to take this course.
The federal funding season is in full swing. The federal government is currently soliciting applications from organizations to award hundreds of millions of dollars across dozens of agencies.
Why can’t YOUR organization be one of those that gets funded?
It’s POSSIBLE and GYU can help make sure you’re ready.
GYU – Lite Edition is specifically focused on teaching proven strategies that will help you craft a successful and effective proposal. It’s designed to teach you some fundamental principles and critical skill sets necessary to write a compelling narrative that makes your proposal stand out among the fierce competition.
Upon the completion of GYU – Lite Edition you will have learned:
- How to deconstruct the Request for Proposals (RFP)
- How to create a mind map that jumpstarts your writing process
- How to write a KickButt Problem Statement that will capture the reviewer’s attention with your REAL story.
- Storytelling strategies that help you write a compelling narrative that evokes emotion
- How to write Goals & SMART Objectives that align with the funder’s objectives and yield outcome-based, sustainable results.
- How to cultivate relationships with the RIGHT community partners and effectively demonstrate their role in the program.
- Program Sustainability and why it needs to be demonstrated throughout the proposal
- How to maximize your score with the reviewer
- How to write a detailed budget that corresponds with the program narrative
Trust me – if you want to ensure that you’re ready to throw your hat into the ring of this COMPETITIVE federal grants season, then you absolutely need to register for GYU – Lite Edition.
In honor of the New Year, for a LIMITED time, this course is offered for only $123! It will expire February 28th!
BONUS OFFERING – Register BEFORE February 1ST and you will also get a AND FREE 30-minute consultation.
So, there’s no excuse. If this is what you want to do, now is the perfect time to do so.
Continue in the spirt of new beginnings and get the help you need to do the work that you long to do. Don’t wast anymore time — Your NEW tomorrow starts TODAY!
About the Instructor:
Ms. Patrick is a Certified Grant Professional with two decades of grant writing and grant reviewing experience. She has conducted grant reviews for various federal agencies, including SAMHSA, the Department of Education, the Administration of Children and Youth Services, and a variety of state and local government agencies.
In addition, her professional background includes Program Management, Grant Writing, and nonprofit leadership. She currently provides oversight of a $4 million dollar Federal grant, so she knows what it takes to secure Federal funding. She loves sharing what she has learned with others. Her passion for this field and her excitement for teaching comes through in her delivery.
Here’s an excerpt from a recent email from a former student who took Ms. Patrick’s Grant Writing Course:
“I previously took your grant writing course about two and half years ago. And as I said then, I received so much value in your course that I share the experience with others often. Over the past three years, I was able to write a number of grants, with each year’s award getting bigger. The total awarded for last year was $225,000.
I just want to simply say, “Thank You!”
I started on a journey to learn “the mystery” of grant writing in 2004 and was finally able to receive the knowledge and training from you in 2019. You are a true gem and thank you again for sharing. The reward for me is knowing that the organizations can continue to serve their purpose within the community all while helping people to thrive.”– N. Aiken
More comments from post course evaluations:
“If you’re looking for a course that’s going to give you in-depth and relevant information in addition to a general overview of grant writing, take this course! It will teach you how to relay your community’s needs in a way that speaks not only to a funder’s head, but also their heart.”
“Very experienced in grant writing and is very knowledgeable.”
“Very knowledgeable with a great capability of explaining the information.”
“It was so wonderful to get the concept at the end. I was thrilled and will continue on with other grant writing classes.”
“If you’re looking into grant writing, I promise this is a training you don’t want to miss. Her trainings/writings were used in my university grant writing class, and they are amazing! Having sat on both sides of the table, she knows. — M. Swain.
Don’t just take other people’s word for it, find out for yourself.