An NIH biographical sketch, also know as a biosketch, is essentially a CV or resume in a very specific format following specific guidelines to highlight scientific health-related research. The NIH biosketch is an essential component of an NIH grant application. Understanding how to format a biosketch is key to a successful grant application. Specific Tips … Continue reading Tips for Drafting an NIH Biosketch
In case you didn't know, it's Ethics Awareness Month for the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and the Grant Professionals Association (GPA). I am a newish member of the GPA Ethics Committee, and I'm really excited to celebrate this month and share about Grant Ethics.
Welcome back for another installment of Grant Writing 101. Today we’re going to start diving into the many components of a grant proposal, which typically includes: A program or project descriptionA statement of need or case statementAddressing your target audienceBudgets and budget narratives and other financial documentsMeasurable goals and objectivesSimple evaluation methods for your … Continue reading Grant Writing 101 – Drafting a Program/Project Description
Welcome back for my next installment of Grant Writing 101. The last couple of posts we've been exploring grants eligibility - whether or not you or your organization is actually in the right stage of your career/organization life cycle to apply for a grant. This week, I'll walk you through how to identify potential grant … Continue reading Grant Writing 101 – Identifying Potential Funders
Why seek grant funding? In this week’s installment of my blog series “Grant Writing for Artists” (which also goes for small arts organizations or any small nonprofit, really) I want to expand upon why you should seek grant funding...