The "how To" Grants Manual: Successful Grantseeking Techniques for Obtaining Public and Private Grants

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 2007 - Business & Economics - 302 pages

The How To Grants Manual, 6th edition is an essential guide for grant seekers who are new to the process, as well as seasoned grant seekers who want to maintain a competitive edge in the grants marketplace. The book and its accompanying CD-ROM contain the latest grants information, updates on 43 worksheets and exhibits found in the 5th edition, and ten new exhibits designed to streamline the grants process.

If you are seeking a grant for your university, college, school, or nonprofit organization for research, a model project, a demonstration project, equipment, or a building, this book will provide the help you need. The How To Grants Manual is intended to assist you in understanding the grants marketplace and grantors, to provide you with the newest databases avilable to pinpoint the right grantors, and to give you the ability to calculate your chances of success before you invest the time to develop a full proposal.

 

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Contents

PART TWO
73
PART THREE
185
PART FOUR
237
LIST OF RESOURCES
275
INDEX
293
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
303
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About the author (2007)

David G. Bauer is president of David G. Bauer Associates, Inc., a consulting firm that provides grants seminars and training programs for colleges and universities. He has taught more than 30,000 individuals the keys to grantseeking success. He has served as the director of development for the Center for Educational Accountability and Associate Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Education. Bauer is the author of 10 books on winning grants and administering grants programs. As a teacher, professor, and consultant, he is dedicated to promoting efficient grantseeking materials and seminars.

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