Introduction to Grants – May 2021
Live via Zoom for 4 sessions – 9:30 AM to 11:00 AM
This workshop will give a basic introduction and overview of grants. The workshop is designed for individuals who are just beginning the process of seeking grants and is not intended for seasoned grant writers. Topics of discussion will include:
” What is a grant?
” How do you find a grant opportunity?
” How do you apply for a grant?
” What are best practices when seeking funding?
” What do you do after the funding decision?
We have taken our popular full-day workshop and broken the curriculum into four 90-minute sessions that will be presented live over Zoom. You will still have the opportunity to ask questions, receive individual feedback, and work with your peers on activities in these fun, interactive, and engaging sessions. Seating is limited.
About the presenter:
Jessica Tudyk, MS Ed, MNLM, MCHES, is the Program Officer at the Mary E. Bivins Foundation in Amarillo, Texas.
Jessica has earned a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Education from Baylor University and a Master of Nonprofit Leadership and Management from Arizona State University. A Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES), Jessica has spent her entire career with nonprofits in the Texas Panhandle. Jessica has experience as a grant seeker and has spent over five years creating and managing grantmaking programs in the Texas Panhandle.