Join Karl Kapp for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding collaborators, part of Grant Writing for Education.
- Writing a grant is not a solo endeavor.…It really does take a team to write a grant.…There are too many elements, responsibilities,…and requirement for one person to do it all,…and in many cases funding agencies are looking to fund…collaborations among educational institutions,…rather than just a single institution.…There are several ways to find collaborators…for your grant project.…Start by looking locally.…Is there a School district, a Sister institution,…a two-year or four-year college in the area…that has similar interests or a need that can be fulfilled?…Collaborations can occur between…many different types of organizations,…such as a high school and a four-year college…or any variation in between.…
Maybe you can create a program where high school students…take college level courses in high school…and receive credit from the local community college.…The community college then works with…the local four-year college to provide further education…to the community college students.…If you can work out something like that,…
- Finding a private or governmental funding agency
- Locating collaborators
- Understanding an RFP
- Dissecting the anatomy of a grant proposal: front matter to appendices
- Avoiding common grant-writing mistakes
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Before You Start Writing
2. Understanding the Request for Proposal (RFP)/Solicitation
Parts of the RFP6m 22s
3. Anatomy of a Grant Proposal
4. Common Mistakes
Next steps1m 34s
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