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More information on getting started and enrolling. In today's world of shrinking budgets and increasing need, earning the non-credit grant writing certificate from FHSU can help position you and your organization for success. The eight-week course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills you need to develop both large proposals and small proposals to seek government and private funding. The University Grants Training and Certification course has assisted schools, hospitals and clinics, local grass roots agencies, law enforcement, EMS and fire departments, libraries and museums, community agencies, tribal governments, and religions organizations. Students from across the United States who have completed this course have gone on to receive many grant awards for their organizations. This course is taught by Dr. Keith Campbell, who has been teaching at FHSU for over 32 years and teaching grant proposal writing for more than 20 years. Dr. Campbell finds proposal writing to be exhilarating because of the challenge of crafting convincing proposals and rewarding because of the tremendous good done for people in need when projects are funded. "I have been to a number of classes on grant writing, and this one stands alone for "how to" write grant proposals. Other classes have talked about where to find grants, creating research files, proper grammar, etc., but I have always left without the knowledge of where to begin writing a grant proposal." Naomi P., Grant Writer for a rural hospital in Minnesota. The cost of this course is $175 More information on getting started and enrolling.
Contact Information Dr. Keith CampbellDepartment of Sociology and Social WorkFort Hays State UniversityRarick Hall 320600 Park StreetHays, KS 67601-4099Phone: (785) 628-5840Email: email@example.com Web: Sociology