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Grantseekers can learn proven grantsmanship techniques at workshop to be held in Kentucky July 31-August 4

Lake Cumberland District Health Department will host a Grantsmanship Training Program the week of July 31-August 4.

The training is considered one of the best in the country and attendees will spend five days learning from an experienced trainer, who also writes proposals. During the course participants will turn theory into tangible product by planning programs, working on proposals and learning about building relationships with funders.

Before the week is over participant teams will have drafted ‘real’ proposals and reviewed them.

The Grantsmanship Center has been teaching the art of proposal writing for more than forty years with thousands of grateful and successful graduates.

“The Grantsmanship Training Center helped me hone my writing skills into a more marketable product.”

“I often refer to Grantsmanship Center training as ‘blue chip’ grantsmanship training.”

“Many thanks for your help, not only in the workshop but later with the proposal review. We received the grant—in fact we ended up applying for two different ones and we got both of them.”

Space is still available. To register contact: The Grantsmanship Center at (800) 421-9512 or Ask about the partial scholarship for which your organization may qualify. Cost of training is $995.

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