Interested in pursuing a job in the non-profit field, but unsure of what the different opportunities are?
The Office of Experiential and Community-Engaged Learning and the Department of Corporate and Foundation Relations have teamed up to offer two workshops next week focused on successful fundraising and grant writing, two of the most viable non-profit jobs on the market today.
These workshops were specifically designed to fit the interests of the Brandeis social justice focused undergraduate, and depending on student feedback and participation there is a strong possibility that a longer workshop series will be offered in the fall semester. So make sure to RSVP for one (or both!) sessions through Hiatt NACElink https://brandeisu-csm.symplicity.com/students.
Fundraising 101 | Tuesday, April 5th 5-6:30pm | Shapiro Campus Center Room 313
• Terminology and acronyms
• How to get started
• Where to look for grants
• Deciding where to apply
• Reviewing RFP’s (Requests for Proposals)
Successful Grant Writing | Thursday, April 7th 5-6:30pm | Shapiro Campus Center Room 313
• Overview of grant writing
• Writing a letter of inquiry
• Crafting a convincing proposal
• Group analysis/writing exercise