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Feb 10-12, 10 a.m. until Noon daily except Friday, 10 a.m. until 11 a.m.
$125 per organization
Grant Writing Workshop 101
Tuesday, February 10, 2021
10:00AM CST (2 hours)
For the beginner, this class focuses on grant writing terminology and other fundamentals of the grant writing process. Participants move quickly from discussions relating to the preparation process, defining the critical mission statement, to tips on grant writing research. The core objective of this fast paced webinar is to assess the organization’s level of readiness for grant writing and to introduce the novice grant writer to the grant development process. Handouts will be furnished by email for all registered participants to print out and review before the event.
Grant Writing Workshop 102
February 11, 2021 (10:00 AM - Noon Central)
February 12, 2021 (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Central)
The Advanced Grant Writing 102 class is aimed at the more experienced grant writer. It is also the next step for those who have already participated in the 101 Beginner’s Class. The core objectives of this class are to focus on what constitutes a winning proposal and to get funded! We will cover all the elements of a grant proposal, from executive summary to budget and budget narrative. The class is divided into two class day sessions. Class Day 1 is two hours and Class Day 2 is one hour. Handouts are furnished by email to all registered participants to print out and review before the event
The Symposium for Social Change is a multi-part series of workshops starting in February. There will be four additional workshops presented at the Bridge Crossing Jubilee March 6th, 2021 and each month after that through 2021. Please make sure to register to get all of the information!
The first FREE workshop in the 2021 Symposium for Social Change is this Saturday, February 13th, 2021 at 1:00 pm CST
"Yes, This is Your Grandparents Movement: The Significance of Intergenerational understanding and shared action"
The freedom movement is the story of generations. It is and will always comprise the past, present and sincere hope for the future. This inspiring session explores the necessity of intergenerational dialogue, shared understanding, and collective socio-political action. Activists and scholars will share the history of interconnected action and the urgency of now. Movement making is a value of the collective and not the sole property of any generation. Therefore, each generation possesses only the responsibility to embrace our past, act in the present, and pass on the treasure of our shared movement to the next generation.
Get access by registering for the Jubilee for free at www.selmajubilee.com if you have not already! Space for the interactive opportunity for this workshop is limited to the first 100 people, so make sure you get registered and arrive early! For those that don't get into the interactive portion of the workshop, you can still watch live on our Facebook page.
Featuring speeches by:
Actor and Honorary Committee Member of the Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee
Ms. Nina Turner
Ohio U.S. Congress Candidate, Activist, and Politician
And live discussions with:
Dr. Sekou Franklin
Ohio U.S. Congress Candidate, Activist, and Politician al Relations, Middle Tennessee State University, National Conference of Black Political Scientist
Co-founders of the Black Voters Matter Fund and the Black Voters Matter Capacity Building Institute @blackvotersmtr
Executive Director, Alabama State Conference of the NAACP