Writing a grant proposal is often an arduous process with no guarantee that you will receive funding once you've put in the time and effort required to create a strong proposal. In this book, Donald Orlich, a seasoned grants writer, offers proven guidelines for compiling successful grant proposals. Not only does he discuss how to organize ideas and establish needs, he provides information on monitoring funding sources and managing the entire proprosal-writing process. He also offers tips for keeping everyone involved and on schedule, a model of a successful proposal, and an extensive list of sources that award both public and private grants. Donald C. Orlich has conducted numerous workshops on proposal writing nationally and internationally. Currently, he is professor of Education and Science Instruction at Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.
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