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Grant Writing Office Hours

Saturday 10/12 & 11/2, 2019

10:00AM - 2:00PM

$60


An hour of one-to-one grant writing consultation that you can use as you choose. If you’re new to nonprofits or grant writing, we can talk about grants to help you get a plan together and assess your training needs. If you’re a novice or experienced grant writer, we can give quick feedback on a particular grant proposal, or just offer a few tips to help you make a more convincing argument. If you’re a creative new to grants, we can help you get your footing in proposal writing, or suggest strategies. This hour is also for questions of any type you may have about grants and grant writing, from how to find the right funding sources to what you should ask a potential grant writer you might hire. Whatever your needs and timeline, office hours are available to use however your goals dictate. And since they’re available year-round, this is a good option when seminars and courses are not in session.

Fee: $60

  • Megan Harrison, Instructor

  • Saturday 10/12 & 11/2, 2019 - 10:00AM to 2:00PM

  • Office Hours meet at The Drawing Board at 75 & Campbell: 1900 Jay Ell Dr / Richardson, TX / 75081

Contact us HERE if you have any questions about office hours.


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Instructor Megan Harrison has served as a frontline fundraiser for ten years, developing new initiatives and leading fundraising strategies that include private foundation support, annual giving, sponsorship programs, and large events. She works as the Director of Development for the Center of Vital Longevity at the University of Texas at Dallas and is responsible for building relationships with private funders in support of The Center’s cutting-edge research on the brain and aging mind. Megan has also served as the Vice President of Sponsorship and Annual Giving at Klyde Warren Park, Director of Development for the Dallas Zoo, and was an integral part of the Perot Museum of Nature and Science’s Capital Campaign team. Prior to her work in non-profit, Megan spent several years in sales working for the Dallas Business Journal. Megan holds a Bachelors in Marketing and Management from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University, is a graduate of the Executive MBA program at the Naveen Jindal School of Business at the University of Texas at Dallas, and a graduate of Leadership Dallas.