What Do You Want to Know About Being a Competitive Grantseeker?

August 17, 2011 | By Adrianne Fielding | 2 comments

It’s class participation time, loyal readers. We’re in the process of planning a free audio conference for our subscribers to the Local/State Funding Report and the Guide to Federal Funding for Government and Nonprofits. It’ll be a panel discussion of grants community insiders, moderated by yours truly, around how grantseekers can continue to win funding in the face of fewer grant dollars and greater competition for those dollars.

Once we confirm a couple more things, we’ll be able to unveil the details about the event.  For the moment, though, I’d like to know:  what would you ask the panelists about being a competitive grantseeker in the current funding climate?

Share your questions and I’ll get them in front of the panel! Whether you’re with a state, local or tribal government, nonprofit, school district, institution of higher education, another agency or organization that pursues grants — or an independent grant researcher or grantwriter — this is your opportunity to tap into the insights of some of those who are thinking about this subject on a daily basis.

(And remember, leaving a comment here or on any post doesn’t require you to register or subscribe, and makes you eligible to enter our publication giveaway.  Learn more about that here.)

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2 Comments

  1. Posted August 25, 2011 at 2:37 pm | Permalink

    As a successful competitive grant writer I am finding it increasingly more difficult to keep track of all the funding opportunities, organize, and prioritize. What resources can you offer/suggest as a solution to this need?

  2. Posted August 25, 2011 at 2:39 pm | Permalink

    What ongoing training, professional development or doctoral programs would you suggest for professional grant writers?

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