This guide teaches students and professionals a systematic process for researching, designing, writing, and submitting successful grant-In search of proposals.
Focusing on proposals submitted for presidency, foundation, and corporation funding, Grant In search of in an Electronic Age leads the reader through a six-step grant-In search of process, from researching potential funders, to designing, writing and submitting a proposal that follows the funder’s guidelines. Grounded in theory, but rooted in successful practice, it teaches students what actually works–a third of scholars who submit proposals in line with this newsletter’s approach get funded inside of a year. The text’s guided discovery process provides a useful framework for novice writers even as its thinking-making plans exercises offer useful ways of organizing information and discovering what still want to be researched.
Grant Seeking in an Electronic Age (Part of the Allyn & Bacon Series in Technical Communication)