Grant Writing Workshop

Grant Writing Workshop

Join the BCA for a Grant Writing Workshop on Friday, June 28, 2019.

Location: Boulder Community Center
Lunch catered by Magnolias
Time: 8:30 am – 5 pm

Workshop Cost:
$45/pp (Sign up by June 21)
$65/pp (Sign ups between June 22 – June 27).
• Email or call at (610 547 3449)
– Include: Participant Name, Email, Phone, and Mailling Address
• Mail a check to the BCA RE: Grant Writing Workshop, PO Box 1331, Boulder, UT 84716 (Made payable to Boulder Community Alliance)
Limited space (25 spots available)

Workshop Agenda (Draft): click here.

Presented by:
Tiffany Hamilton Hall, M.A., M.Ed., GPC.
Ms. Hall has been involved in grant writing for more than twenty years. She worked for the largest high school district in California for two years as a full-time grant writer and developed programs totaling more than $2 million for curriculum development, pregnancy prevention, and incarcerated adult education. She then worked for the California Technology Assistance Project (CTAP) during the development and implementation of the Digital High School grant program, resulting in more than $20 million in technology funding. Ms. Hall worked with the California State Department of Education to develop the funding requirements and standardize the award process for the program. In 2004, Hall moved to Utah and worked for the Jordan School District. Her grant writing efforts for the District resulted in more than $3.4 million dollars in funding for curriculum development and projects. She worked with the BYU-Public School Partnership to help coordinate grant efforts for the university and five public school districts, and then moved to the Utah State Office of Education. She currently works for the Salt Lake City School District and is the Treasurer of the Utah Grantwriters Network, a non-profit organization that provides monthly opportunities for grant writers from any organization to network and participate in professional development.

By the end of the day, participants will:
1. Be able to proactively prepare to respond to a Request for Proposal (RFP)
2. Be able to frame an appropriate problem statement
3. Understand the information and details needed in a work plan
4. Be able to create an evaluation plan for a program
5. Understand key budgeting elements and constraints
6. Understand the requirements, attachments, and moving parts of this process
7. Know where to look for grant funding

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Thank you to Boulder Town & Boulder Mountain Lodge for helping the BCA host this event!