Grant Writing eCourse

When:  Jun 1, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (ET)

Grant Writing
4-Week Asynchronous Preserve This eCourse
Starts June 1, 2020

Course Description

Have a great idea that needs grant funding but don't know where to start? Think applying for a grant is too complicated? Think again! This course will help you understand how to identify funding resources, the process of creating and submitting a grant, and how to seek continuing funding for your project.

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop the skills needed to prepare professional, competitive, compelling, and successful grant proposals.
  • Recognize the proposal format used by the vast majority of grant-giving foundations.
  • Identify grant writing terms, potential sources of grants, and grant information.
  • Recall techniques for making each section of your proposal stronger.

Instructor: Carmen Cowick

Carmen Cowick provides training, support and consulting services for libraries in the areas of preservation and collections care. She previously worked as a preservation specialist at Amigos Library Services and in the library and archives of The American Irish Historical Society, The Seamen's Church Institute, and the Special Collections department at CUNY Queens College. She received a bachelor's degree in art history and a master's degree in library science with a certificate in archives and preservation of cultural materials from CUNY Queens College in New York City.

Ms. Cowick has written numerous scholarly articles on preservation-related topics and is the author of the books Digital Curation Projects Made Easy and Crash Course in Disaster Preparedness.

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SEFLIN is providing free-access to members for this course. Seating is limited.