Early registration is now closed. Onsite registration opens at 7:30AM Monday.
Registration fees cover handouts, breakfast, certificate of attendance and continuing professional education credit. Lunch facilities are available within walking distance.
General Registration: $199.00 Full Time Student / Tribal Registration: $75.00
Written cancellation notices must be received prior to October 17th for refund eligibility. All cancellations will incur a $50 administrative fee and will be processed after October 30th. You may send someone in your place at no extra charge; however, please notify us before October 17th.
This 3-day course will lead participants in developing fundamental skills required to research potential funding sources, communicate with them, and write proposals requesting grants.
This workshop removes the mystery around successful grant submissions. Participants will be provided with time proven strategies, tactics, practical skills and tools necessary to craft wining applications.
Both novice and experienced grant writers will find this program thought provoking and brimming with tips that will give your proposal an edge in today’s increasingly competitive funding environment.
Albin Grohar, PhD, is ExecutiveDirector for Advancement at LomaLinda University. Dr. Groharearned a doctorate in EducationalAdministration at AndrewsUniversity (MI).His dissertationwas in the areaof fund raisingeffectiveness. Dr.Grohar overseesall fund raisingactivities for theUniversity. He is part of a fundraising team that generates up to $28million annually.
Dr. Grohar directs grantwriting,foundation and corporate relationsactivities for Loma Linda Universityand Loma Linda University MedicalCenter. His work in this area hasgenerated $50 million in the past 15years.
Prior to his fund raising functionsin higher education, Dr. Grohar wasprogram planning and evaluationdirector for Michigan Economicsfor Human Development, a private,state-wide human service agency.It is here where his grantwritingactivities began. Dr. Grohar’sgrantwriting efforts have facilitatedclose to $70 million in private andpublic grants.