Successful grants management is one of the greatest challenges in the nonprofit world. This workshop will help you understand the entire grant cycle - from concept to closeout. You will learn tips on how to satisfy your funders as you accomplish your program objectives. The program will also review sample grant monitoring systems.
Understanding the roles and responsibilities of actors in the grants management process
- Current trends in the grant world
- Sources of income and contracts
- Grant monitoring systems
- Internal management controls
- Financial management controls
- Process and outcome evaluations techniques
- Understanding how funders monitor grants
- Grant management tips and strategies for different grant sources
- Grant management resources on the web
Who should take this class?
- Experienced grant managers who are looking for practical insights into grants management processes.
- Nonprofit staff and board members who would like a broader understanding of the nonprofit operations.
- Staff and board members from start-up organizations who are managing their first grants.
This workshop is included in the Nonprofit Management Certification
series and fulfills three hours in the Fundraising competency area.
The presenter for this workshop is Jack Smith, M.P.A., Principal Consultant, The Smith Group. Mr. Smith is a nationally-recognized grant writer based in Freeport, Maine. Since 1987, his consulting practice has contracted training services to more than 200 organizations. Each year, more than 2000 participants attend one of his classes. He has taught grant-writing skills for the state governments of Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Vermont and for agencies and clients of the U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Department of Energy, CDC and the Cherokee Nation. He serves as adjunct instructor for professional development programs at the University of Southern Maine, the University of Georgia, Emory University, Duke University and Austin Community College. Mr. Smith earned a master of public administration degree from the University of Maine. In 1986, the U.S. Department of Energy presented a national Award for Energy Innovation to Mr. Smith’s Self-Help Weatherization Program Model.
REFUND/CREDIT POLICY: The San Antonio Area Foundation has a strict no refund policy.
If the registrant is not able to attend the workshop and/or class, a substitute may be sent. If a workshop and/or class has been unexpectedly cancelled and/or postponed by the Area Foundation, a refund or credit towards another workshop and/or class will be issued. No refunds or credits will be given for cancellations received less than 48 hours before a workshop.