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Grant Writing Workshops

Taught by Wichita State University Public Policy & Management Center staff, this interactive workshop series offers instruction in finding, evaluating and crafting proposals of grants for your organization.

Two workshops are offered at various times throughout the year. Sign up for PPMC training emails to receive updates for new classes.

  • Grant Writing 101: Crafting a Winning Grant Proposal
  • Grant Writing 201: Beyond the Basics

Grant Writing 101

Crafting a Winning Grant Proposal

Thursday, June 28, 2018
9:00 a.m. - noon
Registration at 8:30 a.m.

Experiential Engineering Building, Room 264
4110-4526 E 17th St N | Wichita, KS 67208 (map)

$60 includes half-day workshop + refreshments + grant writing resource book

FREE for Regional Economic Area Partnership (REAP) members
See if your organization is a member here

Are you new to the grant writing process? Does panic or procrastination set in when you think about crafting a grant propsal? How do you find the right grant, get organized and submit the proposal?

This hands-on workshop will teach participants to:

  • Use search tools to find appropriate grants
  • Determine a good grant match
  • Identify important elements of the grant guidelines
  • Understand the parts of a grant proposal
  • Practice writing the problem statement, project goals, objectives & outcomes
  • Review grant budgets, match requirements and budget narrative

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REAP Members: click "add to cart" at full price, and then answer follow-up question to receive discount

This workshop is limited to 25 participants. Classes fill up fast! Registration required by 6/26.

Lisa Dodson

Lisa Dodson, Research and Program Evaluation Manager
(316) 978-3126


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