The SUNY Center for Professional Development invites you to:
Grant Writing Techniques @ SUNY CPD
Learn, from the beginning, the fundamental techniques for preparing a grant proposal
Participant Benefits: During this two-day workshop, we will cover:
- What a grant proposal looks like,
- Types of funding and where to locate funding,
- How to conduct your grant/project activities,
- How to avoid mistakes,
- And much, much more!
Target Audience/Prerequisites: Anyone interested in or needing to secure funding for a needs-based or research project would benefit by attending this workshop. No prior grant writing experience is required.
Where and When is the workshop?
- SUNY Center for Professional Development, State Route 298, Suite 102, East Syracuse, NY
- November 4-5, 2010
What is the cost per person?
- $180 – CPD Members – Use your CPD Training Points to pay for this event!
- $225 – Non-CPD Members
A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided each day.
Who will present the workshop?
Daniel McCormack, Ph.D., Binghamton University, has been successfully writing grants for over 30 years. He currently teaches graduate courses in grant writing at Binghamton University and presents grant writing seminars and workshops on and off campus. He has written grants for the New York State Education Department, for colleges, universities, school districts, local governments, and various human services agencies.
Details and Registration
For complete details, including an agenda, instructor’s bio, and Registration go to:
Email Judy Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 315-233-3052 x-112.
SUNY Center for Professional Development
6333 State Route 293
East Syracuse, NY 13057