This project-based course covers the complete process of grant proposal development: identification of an achievable and fundable project, research and assessment of viable funding sources, funder relations, proposal writing, budget development, preparation of a full proposal package for submission, and post-award or rejection follow-up with funders. The course emphasizes grants to private, community, and corporate foundations. Students gain an understanding of the nonprofit philanthropic environment and become familiar with tools and resources available to assist them as they seek funds for their projects, institutions, or causes. (4 credits)
students must have a specific project or a fairly well-developed idea that they build upon as the basis for their coursework and final grant proposal. This project or idea cannot be for a for-profit business. Solid writing skills and experience or coursework in nonprofit sector/management highly recommended. Proof of English proficiency is required of students whose native language is not English.
Fall term 2014 (13610)
George T. Kosar, PhD. Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University.
Mondays beginning Sept. 8, 7:40-9:40 pm.
Course tuition: graduate credit $2,200.
Limited enrollment.
Course taught via live web conference using Blackboard Collaborate.
George T. Kosar, PhD. Associate, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University.
Course tuition: graduate credit $2,200.
Limited enrollment.
Online only, beginning Jan. 29.