GRANT WRITING WORKSHOP
SEPTEMBER 22, 2017
Dr. Linda Karges-Bone is a popular keynote speaker at state and national conferences, including the National Title 1 Conference (five years running) and the National Differentiated Education Conference
Dr. Bone’s signature workshop, designed to help teachers and districts secure funding for Assistive Technology and other special needs. The full day training offers an overview of proposal design, funding sources, and strategies for dealing with federal, state, and private funding sources. To date, schools have received over $20 million dollars in funding after applying these strategies. Ideal for small groups, such as a grant-writing team, fund-raising and development officers, and school leaders who are interested in bringing funding to their creative ideas.
The author of 3 books on grant writing for educators, she has written millions of dollars of grants for districts and assisted educators in securing millions more. Her latest book, “The Educator’s Guide to Grants” is a best seller in the field.
"You might not see yourself as a "grant writer." That is the job of a professional: someone in a suit, carrying a briefcase, and holding a fancy certificate or degree. You would be wrong. Most grants that help to support worthy projects are written by ordinary educators who learn a skill set and fuel it with their passion for the work that they have undertaken."
Join us at the Willamette ESD Marion Center in Salem, Oregon
Full Day Workshop September 22nd, 2017
From 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Registration open NOW!
Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP)
Regional and Statewide Services for Students with Orthopedic Impairments (RSOI)
OTAP and RSOI are programs of the Douglas ESD.