Ohio State University Extension Community Development Hosts Beginner’s Guide to Grant Writing Course
The Beginner’s Guide to Grant Writing Course was offered in Noble County March 30 and April 20 with a variety of local and regional organizations attending. The course covers what to do before you write a grant; organizational mission and structure; components of a grant proposal; finding and connecting with funders; and writing and finalizing an actual proposal for review. Attendees should come prepared with a grant project idea which they will detail out further during the course. An optional review of the drafted grant by a professional grant writer is also included. The two-day program was taught by Ohio State University Extension Educators Gwynn Stewart, MS, Community Development - Noble County and Kyle White, MBA, Area Leader & CD Educator – Lorain County.
Medina County office of Ohio State University Extension Community Development helps organizations and individuals identify resources for grants and gain the skills to prepare
Beginning Grant writing
The Beginning Grant Writing Curriculum is currently being revamped and will be available in 2022. Kyle White is able to provide one on one coaching for budding grant writers. To learn more about our grant writing opportunites, contact Kyle White at (440) 406-5244 or email Kyle White.
Grant Writing Workshops
Curriculum is currently under revision. New curriculum will be available in 2022.
If you are in need of grant writing coaching, please contact Kyle White, Community Development Educator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 440-406-5244.