Grant Writing Intermediate

Grant Writing Intermediate

This one-day workshop is directed towards professionals, providing immediate information access needed to obtain resources from corporations, foundations, and government agencies. As well as provide the skills needed to be successful in individual Grants or educational scholarships. You will have step-by-step guidance on how to become a grant-writing consultant or to create a non-profit charity. John C. Drew, Ph.D., is a speaker, author, and consultant with an 80% success rate at winning federal funding. Complete all four classes and receive a Certificate of Accomplishment for 24 hours of Grant Writing instruction.

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Fee: $65   (Material Fee: $34 at class)

About the Instructor

John Drew is known in the Southern California area as an author, an award-winning teacher, and as a speaker on public opinion polls, grant-writing, and charismatic leadership.  Combining his market research skills with fundraising expertise, John has helped turn around some of the Southland’s most famous charities including the Museum of Latin American Art, the Friends of the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, the Los Angeles Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Walking Shield American Indian Society.  John has taught at Cornell University, Hope International University, University of Oregon, and Williams College in Massachusetts.   He and his wife Patricia have lived in Laguna Niguel, California since 2003.

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What Our Students Are Saying...

"Class continues to meet my expectations."

“Dr. Drew is very knowledgeable and nice. I would take more of his courses.”

“The class was very fun and informative. I would take another class that the instructor taught.”

“Very good class presentation. Dr. Drew made it very understandable.”

“I enjoyed the class and the information was very helpful for me to use in finding funding for my non-profit organization.”

Last updated: June 17, 2021