Katherine has developed the Train-the-Grant Trainer Program for credentialed professionals who want to receive one-on-one virtual orientation, training, and feedback, and a license to utilize her grant curriculum.
Here is a description of the pilot-test from the recipient’s perspective.
“Katherine provided a Train-the-Grant Trainer orientation session via Skype including a PowerPoint and handouts that prepared me to teach Basic Grant Proposal Writing Workshops. It has been a wonderful experience and a fantastic gift to nonprofits in this corner of Alaska, where in-person professional grant training can be hard to come by. A total of 32 participants attended at two sites of the University of Alaska, including 5 people who drove in from the next town 85 miles away. The most appreciated aspect was the pre-proposal worksheet for program support, as well as having your sample short proposal to review as we walked through the components of a grant proposal. Those documents were invaluable in helping participants to fully grasp the material. I loved how we ended the workshop on a positive note with tips for proposal writing success. I think your curriculum is fantastic, and I am so grateful you allowed me to share it with the nonprofit professionals in my community!” ~ Heather O’Connor, CFRE, Executive Director, Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic, Homer, Alaska
The Train-the-Grant Trainer Program is available for qualified and experienced grant professionals who want to be well-equipped to provide in-person workshops especially in rural and small town areas of the U.S. Qualifications include membership in the Grant Professionals Association, the Grant Professional Certified (GPC) credential, and having an upcoming grant presentation outside of a major metro area. To apply, please send a message requesting this service and describing your qualifications on our Contact page.