FREE Grant Writing Course

Updated: Oct 30


From the end of September to the middle of October, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development hosted a series of grant writing workshops, in partnership with the Sacramento Promise Zone. Through interactive logic-based models and examples, Pauline Zvonkovic, Sr. Management Analyst at the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, taught strategies that strengthen organizations' ability to procure more federal award dollars.

The following sessions were included in the series:

  • Part 1: Grant Writing: California PZ Capacity Building Through Proposal Development

  • Defining the Problem and Documenting Capacity

  • Part 2: Grant Writing: California PZ Capacity Building Through Proposal Development

  • Defining an application workplan and using Logic Models as an evaluation tool in funding applications

  • Part 3: Grant Writing: California PZ Capacity Building Through Proposal Development

  • Budgeting, Submissions and Resource Identification

  • Open Classroom Office Hours: Follow-up Conversations

  • A 2-hour open discussion for questions on any aspect of the grant training classes

Although the course has completed, the resources and information presented can still be taken advantage of by checking out our YouTube page.


Special thanks to:

  • Chris Patterson, Regional Administrator at the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development

  • Darryl Rutherford, Executive Director at Reinvent South Stockton Coalition

  • Robert A. Jamieson, Program Analyst at HUD San Francisco Regional Office

  • Julius Austin, Sacramento Promise Zone Coordinator at SHRA


 
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