Tuesday, January 26th from 10:30 – 11:30am EST
Competency: Grant writing for Library staff
Sub-Category: Identify grant resources available to Libraries; Learn how to match your needs with funder’s priorities; Understand how to prepare successful proposals; and know when to forego grant opportunities that do not meet your organization’s needs.
Are you tired of writing grants and getting turned down? Does the idea of finding grants that meet your organization’s needs, seem like finding a needle in a haystack? Does the idea of writing a grant seem overwhelming? Relax and sign up to learn some practical considerations on successful grant writing for Libraries.
In this webinar, Jeff Rosenberg will give you practical ideas and resources in how to write your first grant proposal or to become more successful in current grant writing efforts. You will:
Ø Identify where to obtain the ideal grant funding sources based on your organization’s need
Ø Learn which grant opportunities to pursue and not to pursue
Ø Develop the art of how to produce successful grant proposals
Ø Learn secrets to securing funding from various sources and developing positive relationships with funders
When you are looking for ways to fund unmet needs and trying to incorporate new technology, staffing, programs into an already stretched and limited budget…..grant funding may be the answer.
Participants will receive a PDF of the PowerPoint Slides along with an extensive list of grant resources.
Jeff Rosenberg – Biography
Jeff Rosenberg, M.S., M.L.I.S., has served as a Library Administrator for the Miami-Dade County Public Library System for over nine years. He has over twenty years of grant writing experience; and previously taught as an Adjunct Professor at Miami-Dade College and Nova Southeastern University. Mr. Rosenberg has participated in grant review committees for the U.S. Departments of Labor and Education.