Audience: Health care providers, educators, nonprofit fundraisers, others seeking grants
Method: In-person, instructor-led
Duration: 3 hours
Learn How to Write a Grant
The process of developing a grant proposal requires a unique skill set, from finding an appropriate request for proposals to developing the project, writing the proposal and evaluating the outcomes.
With the grant process becoming more competitive and funding less available, you’ll need to be creative in researching, program development and networking. This training session will provide a practical and engaging approach to grant writing. In the workshop, participants will bring their own ideas and begin to explore how those ideas would fit into a grant proposal. Sample grants will be provided. Additionally, an occupational therapist who has been through the process of searching, writing and implementing local and federal funding will discuss lessons learned.
Meet the Instructor
This grant writing class is led by Joy Doll, OTD, OTR/L. Doll joined the Department of Occupational Therapy at Creighton in 2007. In 2016, she was named as the Executive Director for the Center for Interprofessional Practice, Education and Research (CIPER). Doll has a passion for both service and grant writing. She has written over 20 grants and is author of the text Grant Writing and Program Development in Occupational Therapy: Making the Connection (Jones and Bartlett). In addition to grant writing courses, she teaches classes in neuro-occupation and interprofessionalism.
Student interactions and viewpoints are a vital part of our rich learning environment. For this reason, Creighton reserves the right to cancel courses and issue refunds in the case of low registration numbers.