Critical for the success of many nonprofit and public agencies, winning grant money comes down to the proposal. From identifying potential funders to a follow-up course of action, this class will cover the basics of grant writing. Take away essential information and useful tips on grant proposal content, format, and submission. Learn how to write a compelling need or problem statement, realistic goals and objectives, a clear description of methods, a workable evaluation plan, and an accurate budget. Registration ends one week prior to the start of class. (7.5 PDs)
2419 Sec. A Friday 4/5, 8AM-4:30PM, HCC WDC Rm 1404
$115 (includes lunch & materials)
These 2 hour classes were created to help business owners and aspiring business owners design a promotional strategy that makes sense for their operation. These short and to-the-point workshops can be taken separately or as a series. Click on titles for details and registration.
As hard as you try to avoid it, the drama of office politics can decrease your productivity and create workplace stress. This class is designed to help you navigate the often complicated and frustrating dynamics you may encounter on the job. Understand how issues manifest themselves, how you can combat them appropriately, and how to create a positive environment through key habits, tangible strategies, and your own interpersonal skills.
2596 Sec. A Friday 5/3, 9AM-12PM, HCC WDC Rm 1402
Starting and successfully operating a small business requires some know-how, especially as you juggle so many crucial pieces in the beginning. Don’t approach this endeavor blind or alone. Over the course of this program, you will learn how to properly set up your operations, define business goals, identify a consumer base, and effectively promote your product or service to your target audience through a variety of channels. With the support of experts and like-minded entrepreneurs, you will gain the confidence to turn your business dreams into reality.
Tue/Thu (8 sessions), 6/4-6/27, 6-9PM,
HCC WDC Rm 1404