Join Karl Kapp for an in-depth discussion in this video Timeline, part of Grant Writing for Education.
- The timeline portion of your grant proposal…answers key questions for the reviewers.…These questions include:…How long is the project going to take?…What resources are needed?…Who is responsible for getting the work done?…Does the time allocated for the grant…include all activities such as hiring personnel,…evaluation activities, and time for revisions?…Are there any activities in the narrative of the grant…that are not accounted for in the timeline?…Does the timeline allocated seem feasible?…And to give you an idea of how these questions are answered,…I've included an example timeline…in the exercise file for this session.…
The timeline of the grant tells the funding agency…several things about the person and organization…submitting the grant proposal.…It provides a collection of the details…of the grant process,…and it indicates when activities are to be completed…and delivered to the funding agency.…It reveals the writer's attention to detail,…the completeness of thought…related to carrying out the grant,…
- 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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