$1,800 for the 2 day session
(This fee is in addition to material costs as well as travel. Travel is always charged at a flat rate of $1,500 plus $300 per each day required for travel and instruction)
One important fact you will discover the moment you begin to read grant application guidelines is that writing a grant is like writing in a whole other language. Grant writers have their own acronyms, buzzwords, approaches, and processes that would normally take an outsider years and years to learn and perfect. ACT’s team of Grant Mentors has condensed all of the “need to know” information on grant writing into our Grant Writer Mentoring Training. For 2 full days, one of our top expert Mentors will work directly with you to educate you on these elements and to push your grant writing skills to the next level so that you are ready and able to write your own grants. ACT has had a very successful 15 year “track record” of helping thousands of its nonprofit and other clients acquire hundreds of millions of dollars in grant funding. Only our most successful grant writers have been asked to provide mentoring to our clients; therefore, you know you will be working with the best of the best. With the 2 day Grant Writer Mentoring program, these experts will be able to share their strategies and successful techniques with you. Whether you have never even read grant application guidelines or have written several grants on your own, the 2 day Grant Writer Mentoring will be a great investment of your time and resources. The way it works is very simple. After taking a thorough inventory of your knowledge and experience level of working with grants, your assigned Mentor will develop a customized training curriculum tailored towards your specific knowledge gaps and needs. Over the course of 2 full days, you will receive one-on-one training and hands-on mentoring from this expert grant writer. The training may cover a variety of topics you have expressed an interest in, including: how to identify and apply for foundation versus government funding; strategies for determining one’s probability of award and fit for a grant competition; how to develop a budget narrative; tips and tricks for securing bricks/mortar and other unique funding; and much more.