This comprehensive workshop encompasses the vital aspects of writing a strong and competitive grant proposal. Participants will be provided opportunities to write grant sections or create an organizational boilerplate for later use by completing commonly requested grant sections including: community overview; organizational history; organizational structure; capacity and capability; needs assessment; problem statement and SMART objectives; inclusivity and engagement, disparities, and cultural competence; intervention implementation; and monitoring and evaluation frameworks and indicators.
This workshop explores how reviewers read grants, reasons proposals get rejected, and how to master the technical parts of a grant while still capturing the attention of the reader. This workshop involves self-paced and live virtual instruction as well as feedback on grant sections.
You come away with content that can be tailored to a future grant announcement! Continue to engage with an ASHA grant writing forum for advice, support, and successes.
This workshop is eligible for 7 CECH through NCHEC or 7 General CEUs. $65 for ASHA Members/$95 for Non-Members
Distributors may purchase multiple copies of packages to distribute to learners, and follow their progress. Bulk discounts are below.
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