Join Karl Kapp for an in-depth discussion in this video Finding your funding agency: Private, part of Grant Writing for Education.
- Governments are not the only institutions that provide…funding for educational efforts and initiatives.…There are a number of private corporations,…foundations, and groups that can be approached as well.…One good place to start is with seasoned colleagues.…Ask them at conferences, or within your own institution…where they receive funding,…or what agencies or organizations…fund initiatives within your field or specialty.…If your field has a trade show with vendors,…ask some of the vendors if their organizations…provide any funding or funding opportunities.…
Also look at journal articles within your field.…Often at the end or the beginning of an article,…the articles will provide a credit line…indicating the agency or organization…that funded their research effort.…One area that's often overlooked when thinking…about funding organizations for education…is corporations.…A number of corporations have taken efforts…to compile grant information…in one convenient place for educators.…An example is getedfunding.com,…
- 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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