The grant proposal process is often an extensive one that requires that the grant writer is able to complete several components. While grant applications often require a grant narrative – a tool that allows the writer to tell his or her organization’s story – some applications also require the inclusion of a work plan. The work plan allows the writer to identify core project goals and objectives as well as the activities that need to occur in order to meet each objective. This workshop will focus on teaching participants about the purpose of a work plan as well as how to draft one.
- Define a work plan
- Describe the purpose of a work plan
- Identify the components of a SMART objective
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