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Becoming a Global Ed Grantee
Transcript of Becoming a Global Ed Grantee
So You've Got an Idea...
Who are the potential sources of funding?
Understanding the Components of a Proposal
Step 3: Characteristics of a Successful Proposal
Detailed budget: Weight of sections and priorities should reflect the use of resources according to the grant priorities
Congratulations! You've been awarded a grant!
Thank the funder
PaCIE Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA
Friday, October 11, 2013
Anastasia Shown, Africa Center at the University of Pennsylvania
Melissa Jen DiFrancesco, Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania
Raili Roy, South Asia Center at the University of Pennsylvania
Labaron Palmer, Middle East Center at the University of Pennsylvania
Read through the evaluation criteria of the grant
Prepare to address each criterion thoroughly
Look at past proposals to figure out patterns for successful grants
Do your homework: research the funders, their goals and interests
Evaluate your capacity and resources carefully
Communicate with past grantees about best practices and difficulties in their project
Step 1: Continued...
Step 3: Continued...
Thorough answers: Don't fail to respond to any question or criterion, even if the answer is brief or negative or doesn't seem to apply to your project
Examples and Tips
TIP: Read (quickly) the successful projects on the grantor's website to get a sense of what they want to support.
Is it feasible? Make sure the intent and specifics of the grant opportunity fit your project.
Decide upon a grant opportunity
Statement of Need
TIP: Don't assume the readers of your application will know anything about your circumstances or project.
TIP: Start in a way that grabs the interest of the reader: "What would it take to make sure that all 4th grade classes in our 12 area schools study a high-quality unit on East Asia?"
Give each section of your application a brief subheading
Don't overlook internet dissemination! Grantors are very interested in seeing results published online in a broad and accessible way
Carefully read the fine print, and pay attention to every detail! Double-check and revise at least TWICE!
Realistic timeline: Include one, either separately or within the text
Clear evaluation methods: Describe the criteria you will use (qualitative or quantitative), and show how you will obtain the data
Wide impact/reach: Prove how the project will reach a larger audience beyond your main target group
Clarity: Don't assume the reader will know what you mean. Don't use abbreviations (except for "U.S.").
BONUS: Tips on How to be a Successful Applicant
Be clear on how you plan to incorporate what you've learned back into the classroom/curriculum
Express an open-minded attitude and be willing to LEARN
For travel programs: Be flexible in unexpected situations, and be willing to work with others to make the trip a success
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Research additional forms, procedures, and deadlines that the funder may have
Begin implementing your project
Step 4: Submit!
Check and re-check submission requirements, including the contact info, proposal duplicates, FedEx vs. USPS, date of postmark, signatures upon receipt