These free trainings are designed to provide prospective eligible applicants with skills to plan successful and fundable projects.
Participants will learn how to:
Work with community and key partners to identify and document specific community conditions that stand in the way of achieving community goals. Create a project work plan to address those community conditions and attain community goals. Develop measurable outcomes and impacts that will successfully implement the work plan, and determine the level of resources and funding needed to implement the project. It is important that projects be well developed to meet FOA scoring criteria. The training sessions are being offered free of charge to tribal governments and native non-profit organizations. Each participant is responsible for paying their own travel costs to attend the training. Participation in the training sessions is limited to individuals who are employed by or are governing officials of tribal governments and ANA eligible native nonprofit organizations serving American Indian, Native Hawaiian, Alaskan Native, and Pacific Islander communities. Independent grant writers must provide a signed letter on organization stationery with their registration form in order to attend.