Course Detail: P_GRANTWRITWRKSHP_ONLINE - Grant Writing - Online

Contact Hrs/CEUs: 30/3.0


With difficult economic times impacting many businesses, including non-profits, grant writing is becoming more competitive than ever. This interactive online, instructor-led course will prepare you to submit a successful proposal that is complete and includes what is expected by funding organizations with the resources you need. This program uses case studies and effective worksheets that will guide you through each step of the grant writing proposal process. After completing this course, students will have the confidence and resources needed to be a successful grant writer.


Learning Objectives:

  • Identify Grant Writing myths and pitfalls

  • Define responsibilities of a grant writer

  • Deliberately plan and research

  • Prepare the application

  • Use effective writing styles

  • Creating a budget

  • Learn to nurture relationships

You will also receive a 1:1 feedback session with the instructor.

Note: This class consists of 15 Zoom hours and 15 prework/homework hours (3 hours/week).

Who Should Attend?

This class is designed to meet the needs of three different categories of participants including staff and officials who are completely new to grant writing and need a basic understanding of the process; those who are currently working on a grant-writing project and are facing specific grant writing problems and issues; or successful practitioners in the field who are seeking specialized information and advanced insights into grant project development.

Digital Badges

Digital badges are now available through the University of Maine for this Grant Writing pathway. Anyone completing the Grant Writing course is eligible for these badges. See the badge associated with each level below and click on each for more information.

Grant Writing-Level 1

Grant Writing-Level 2

Grant Writing-Level 3

Grant Writing-Micro-Credential


The registration fee includes all materials.


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