EDU447 Grant Writing and Other Funding Strategies for Educators

Implementing change and worthwhile initiatives in education most often requires securing the necessary funding. This course prepares educators and other helping professionals to secure such funding. Includes learning about potential funding sources, how to select funding sources appropriate to a specific project, how to write compelling applications to different types of funding sources (including federal and state grants, national and local foundations, private donors, banks and other lending agencies), and how to appropriately steward the funds when awarded. Students are recommended to come to the course with at least one specific project they want to fund, or otherwise will be assigned such a project by the instructor.

Credits: 3
Offered: Fall, SummerA&B
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
EDU 447 Grant Writing and Other Funding Strategies for Educators course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.