• April Training
    April 13, 2021
    9:00 am - 11:00 am
  • August Training
    August 17, 2021
    9:00 am - 11:00 am

Get a GRIP- Grant Readiness & Introduction to Process

  • Types of Grants – definitions, ways to use them
  • Basic Components of Grants – glossary, example, and discussion
  • Agency Readiness
  • Intro into Grant Research


This class is offered by both Zoom and in-person. If you register for the Zoom training, you will receive the link and workbook 24 hours before. A recording may not be offered, but if you miss the class you are welcome to attend a future training opportunity. If you would like to stay after class and research for funding opportunities with our grant database subscription, please email turias@uwtyler.org. This Grant Seminar will be hosted by East Texas Center for Nonprofits and presented by Pam Anderson, Nonprofit Mentor, Compacity


More about the Presenter: 

Pam has over 25 years of experience in the nonprofit arena, working through the ranks from program staff to executive administration, and has seen the struggles of nonprofits to obtain grant funds on local, state and federal levels.  Drawing on that experience, Pam presents grant fundamentals and guides through the process from readiness and research to writing and tracking grants.  She owns a nonprofit consulting firm, Compacity, and loves volunteering in her church and community.  Pam is married to the love of her life for 33 years and has three wonderful children.

Details Price Qty
February 16th ZOOM- ETCN Member $40.00 (USD)   Expired
February 16th ZOOM- Non-Member $60.00 (USD)   Expired
Aril 13th ZOOM- ETCN Member $40.00 (USD)  
Aril 13th ZOOM- Non-Member $60.00 (USD)  
August 17th Registration- ETCN Member $40.00 (USD)  
August 17th Registration- Non-Member $60.00 (USD)  

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AUTHOR: Reece Anderson
  • Is this class hosted online or in-person?

    January 14, 2021

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