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FUNDED May 2014

May 19

Written by: Grants Office, LLC
Monday, May 19, 2014  RssIcon

In this issue of FUNDED, we’ve returned to our regular format of analysis and funding information, with the emphasis on education funding at all levels.

Project Prevent, a new school safety grant from the Department of Education is taking yet another angle on reducing school violence, this time by providing direct support for students who have been exposed to violence. It’s promising, and keep in mind that the first round of funding is often the least competitive, because many are unprepared to respond to the opportunity when it first appears.

Chris LaPage takes his Between the Lines column for a look at workforce development funding with some inspiration from actor Charlie Sheen. And what grantseeker doesn’t want to be able to proclaim that (s)he led a “winning” application?

Dan Casion is back in the mix to reflect on taking time for budgets, and new contributor Elizabeth Evans provides us with some background on title funding for minority-serving institutions of higher education.

As always, if you have comments, feedback, corrections, or topics for future issues, feel free to drop me a line at mpaddock@grantsoffice.com.

I hope you enjoy this issue of FUNDED as much as we’ve enjoyed bringing it to you!

 

Sincerely,

 

Michael Paddock

Editor and Publisher, FUNDED

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