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Finding Potential Funding Opportunities: Researching Public and Private Funding

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Resource Type:Classroom
Training Level:Introductory
90 mins.
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1. Find potential funding opportunities and evaluate their fit to specific projects.  2. Learn when to say “go” and when to say “no” to a potential project.

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Is Fee?Yes
Content Areas:
  • Public Relations and Marketing
  • Partnership and Alliances - Development and Nurturing
  • Program Relevance and Integration - Growth and Replication
  • New Program Development - Funding Model
Trainer Information:
Albert Davenport
Davenport Communications
phone: 202-374-3302
Albert Davenport is a human resources writer and consultant specializing in disability rights, work-life balance, and discrimination issues. He holds a Masters of Public Administration from the Pennsylvania State University and a Masters of Arts in Nonfiction Writing from Johns Hopkins University. He has consulted for several agencies of Pennsylvania state government including the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime & Delinquency, the Departments of Transportation, Public Welfare, and Labor and Industry. He has authored numerous articles for national employment law publications and is currently co-authoring a labor and employment law textbook entitled Labor and Employment Law for the 21st Century for Pearson Prentice-Hall— publication date January 2013.