The purpose of this publication is to enhance the knowledge and skills of professionals and graduate students who compete for federal grants. The material is designed for individuals with no experience or only limited prior experience in seeking competitively-awarded, public funds from federal agencies.
This multimedia module is self-instructional and allows a student or professional to work through the material at their own pace. The content of the module is divided into two parts: part 1 is focused on generic grant writing principles and strategies and part 2 is devoted to making a compelling case or argument for your proposal idea.
The information presented is most relevant, in both form and content, to the fields of education, developmental disabilities, mental health, community psychology, and human and social services.