TAMIU April 18 - 19
If you have little or no grant writing experience or have written grant proposals,
but have no formal training, sign up to take a grants writing workshop sponsored
by Texas A&M International University's College of Business Administration,
Texas Center for Border Economics and Enterprise Development and the City of
Laredo Non-profit Management and Volunteer Center.
"Writing to Win" is
scheduled for 8 a.m., Tuesday and Wednesday, April 18 and 19 at the Western
Hemispheric Trade Center, room 103.
Registration fee is a non-refundable $90 per person. Continental breakfast
and lunch are included.
Participants will learn to locate appropriate funding
sources, understand proposal writing terms, facilitate proposal development
activities, design a proposal to fit their agency's needs, define program
objectives, prepare a proposal budget, and plan a program evaluation.
will be taught by Ron Ayer, a senior grants analyst with the Governor's Office
of Budget, Planning and Policy State Grants Team. Ayer's areas of focus include
homelessness, disabilities, housing, and health and human services. He also
has more than 15 years of experience in funding, research and proposal writing.
He holds a Master's in Social Work
Administration and Planning from the University
of Texas at Austin.
For more information to register, visit http://texascener.tamiu.edu/writetowin or call Jacqueline Benavides at 956.326.2545.
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
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