This flexible certificate program provides supervisors, managers, directors and emerging leaders with an opportunity to learn and practice skills in developing successful proposals to obtain external funding. The Grant Writing Certificate Program will cover the basics of grant seeking and writing, enabling anyone with an interest in the topic to get started on the grant writing process.
Times: This program will be offered at two different times. There is a morning session or an evening session. Participants must choose a session and cannot switch classes due to limited class capacity.
- Morning Sessions: 9:00 am - 11:30 am
- Evening Sessions: 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Modules - Topics Covered
Module 1 - How to Get Started
Module 2 - Basic Elements of Grants and Grant Writing
Module 3 - Building Your Organization's Capacity and Building a Program Design
Module 4 - Finding Potential Funders and How to Build a Budget
Module 5 - Evaluation Plans and Strategies
Module 6 - Grant Writing Reality Check, Pulling a Final Proposal Together
Assignments: Participants will be asked to complete exercises that will assist in meeting the learning outcomes. Participants will be encouraged to complete a grant application in response to either a grantor’s Request for Proposal or their published application guidelines for a proposal. Participants will be given feedback on their proposals.
After completing the modules, participants will be familiar with the steps of the grant writing process and have basic knowledge about the types of grants available and how to look for them. This certificate program is beneficial for anyone who is interested in grant writing but is not sure how to get started. It will also help experienced academic researchers, nonprofit organizations, and freelance writers to write grants more confidently and improve their grant-writing game.
Certificate Requirements: To earn the certificate, participants must attend and complete the required assignments for all six modules. All participants will be encouraged to complete a grant application in response to either a grantor’s Request for Proposal or their published application guidelines for a proposal. Participants who elect to submit a proposal will be given feedback.
Cancellation Policy: All cancellation requests must be in writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellations received up to 10 business days before the start of the first module will receive a full refund. Cancellations received nine business days prior to the first day of the first module will be assessed a $50.00 processing fee. There will be no refund if cancellation is received on or after the first day of the course.
TUH reserves the right to cancel continuing education events due to low enrollment.
In the event of inclement weather, TUH will make every effort to cancel events with as much advance notice as possible. Notification will be sent via email/DestinyOne once a decision to close or delay has been made. In all instances, TUH will follow the University’s cancellation decisions.
Continuing Education Units and Social Work Continuing Education Hours:
This program has been approved for 1.5 CEU's and 15 Social Work Continuing Education hours, three of which fulfill the ethics requirement by the state licensing board. Temple University Harrisburg is a PA State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Professional Counselors preapproved provider of continuing education. These credit hours satisfy requirements for LSW/LCSW/LMFT/LPC biennial license renewal.
Certificates of attendance documenting continuing education hours or units will be issued by Temple University Harrisburg.
If you are interested in receiving a certificate of continuing education, the following steps must be completed:
- View and complete the CE Request Form indicating either a request for social work CE or CEU's
- Attend and sign the attendance roster for all six modules
- Complete an online program evaluation at the end of the six weeks
Program Questions? Please email Carolyn Truchon at Carolyn.Truchon@temple.edu
Hi Mr. Martin,
I received word today that the proposal I wrote for my final class project was accepted. To say that I’m excited is an understatement.
Tirzah McClinton | Public Health Program Administrator