South Piedmont Community College will host a workshop March 28-April 1 on Competing for Federal Grants at the Old Charlotte Highway Campus, 4209 Old Charlotte Highway, Monroe.
Training will be conducted by the Grantsmanship Center, which has trained more than 110,000 staff members of nonprofit and government agencies around the world since 1972.
The trainer uses recent application guidelines and funded proposals for presentations, classroom discussion and hands-on activities. During the training, participants will develop a work plan for proposal development, write key proposal sections, review proposals drafted by peers, and have work reviewed by others.
Upon completion of the workshop, graduates receive a full year of free follow-up services through the Alumni Membership Program, including professional proposal review and access to comprehensive online databases of foundation, corporate, and government funding sources.
Tuition for the program is $1,195, or $1,095 for registrations received prior to Feb. 27. To register, call The Grantsmanship Center directly at (800) 421-9512 or go to www.tgci.com to enroll online.
For more information about the training at SPCC, contact Charlene Broome at (704) 272-5447 or email@example.com.