Grantsmanship Seminars in Albany and Boston

Albany

The Grantsmanship Center is holding a three day seminar on how to generate unrestricted funds using earned income. Excerpts from their announcement:

Would you like to generate unrestricted funds,
while strengthening your nonprofit organization’s core mission
and developing more credibility with funders?

Come find out how! Sign up now for The Grantsmanship Center’s Earned Income Strategies workshop, offered in Schenectady, NY, May 5-7, 2008, and hosted by The Hamilton Hill Arts Center.

Tuition for this comprehensive 3-day training is $575.
To make sure that every participant receives individual attention, enrollment is limited to 30 participants, so register early to reserve your spot.
To register for this workshop: http://www.tgci.com/eisregister.asp
For more information, visit http://tgci.com/eis.shtml
or call The Grantsmanship Center’s Registrar at (213) 482-9860.

Boston

The Grantsmanship Center’s signature Grantsmanship Training Program is coming to Boston, Massachusetts, March 17-21, 2008. The program will be hosted by Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD).

The Grantsmanship Training Program is a comprehensive, hands-on workshop that covers the complete grant development process, from researching funding sources to writing and reviewing grant proposals. More than 110,000 nonprofit and government personnel have attended this fast-paced, five-day workshop, which is followed with a full year of membership support services.

And while we’re at it…the National Institutes of Health will hold their yearly SBIR-STTR conference July 22nd and 23rd in Atlanta Ga. They are charging $150.00 tuition this year.

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