GRANT WRITING WORKSHOPS
Grant Writing 101: The Basics for Writing Winning Grant Proposals
RSVP and Tulsa City-County Library
Thursday, Aug 9 · 9:30 a.m.-noon
Hardesty Regional Library, Frossard Auditorium · 8316 E. 93rd St.
Upon completion of this workshop, you will be able to identify the components of a successful grant request or proposal, locate and access potential grants that fit your proposed project, tailor grant requests to a funding source, and be aware of the resources available for grant seeking and writing at the Tulsa City-County Library Foundation Center. Lou Ann Marlar, Director of Development and Community Relations of Youth at Heart, will lead the workshop. Preregistration is required. Register Here
Researching and Writing Winning Grant Proposals
Tulsa Community College
Jul 11-Jul 12 MT 8:30am-12:25pm
Is grant writing as hard as you imagined? Designed for people who have had little or no experience in writing grant proposals, you will learn the basic components of a proposal, how to write goals and objectives, and how to appropriately match potential funding sources. Materials included. Enroll online at www.tulsacc.edu/ce or call 918-595-7200
Grant Seeking Basics
Tulsa City-County Library Foundation Center
Thursday, July 28 · 10:00 a.m. to noon
Central Library, 4th and Denver, Computer Training Room
This workshop provides nonprofit managers, employees, and volunteers the basic knowledge needed to seek out grant funds. You will learn about the Foundation Center and the TCCL Cooperating Collection, learn the basics of the grant seeking process, and become familiar with the resources available to you for grant seeking. Basic computer and Internet search skills are needed for the workshop. For Adults. Register Here
Social Media University: LinkedIn for Job Seekers, Sales Professionals & Anyone Looking to Improve their Personal Brand
Tulsa City-County Library
Tuesday, August 30 · 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Central Library, Aaronson Auditorium
Do you wonder what LinkedIn is and why people use it? Do you have a LinkedIn account but want to use it more effectively? This presentation is for you.
This workshop will speak to job seekers and to anyone looking to build their own personal brand and grow their ability to connect with others.
Our presenter, Russ Knight, is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at NorthStar Technologies. During his last job search, he received guidance from the First United Methodist Church Employment Transition Ministry. He went on to help found Overcoming Job Transitions, a monthly program for job seekers at Asbury United Methodist Church, and to help lead the effort at First United Methodist. He has taught many job seekers and others about the benefits of LinkedIn and how to use it to its greatest potential. Preregistration is required. Register Here