Grantsmanship Training Program - Floyd County Public Schools

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Invest in professional development for your team and see rewards for your agency for years to come!

Learn how to secure grant funding:

  • How to find the ‘right’ funders for your project or agency,
  • How to write compelling proposals that inspire grantmakers to fund educational projects, and
  • How to collaborate with colleagues and grantmakers for maximum, positive community impact!

The cost is $1,140 per person (tuition + textbook) And since it’s offered right here, you’ll save on travel making it both more affordable and more convenient!

This workshop has been invaluable for agencies across the U.S.

Participants receive:

  • Guidance from a top-notch, expert trainer using state-of-the-art curriculum
  • Power-packed training materials: Textbook “Grantsmanship Program Planning & Proposal Writing”
  • 12 months of follow-up support including a proposal review and funder databases.

When: July 27-31, 2020             

Where: Floyd Central High School 

The Grantsmanship Training Program focuses on ‘active learning’ with proven results for 47 years! For more info about The Grantsmanship Center or specifics on this training, check out or contact Cathleen Kiritz at (213)482-9860 or

To participate: Contact the office of Danny Adkins, Superintendent Floyd County School District, Contact: Maggie Hall, Secretary to the Superintendent, 606 -886-2354 Ext: 5502 or

Select two participants from your agency that can work in teams creating real proposals for real projects to aid their clients. Space is limited, so first come, first served. Please respond ASAP so you do not miss out.