Grant-Writing Seminars Aim to Help Health Care Organizations
September 3, 2010
The Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health (PORH) will be hosting four upcoming training sessions—one in each geographic region of the state—on grant-writing basics for organizations in the health care industry. Health care providers and community-based organizations are invited to attend one of the six-hour sessions to learn more about how to write an effective grant proposal.
An experienced grant writer with a strong history of securing grant funds will lead each session. The discussions will cover how to use the Internet to identify and evaluate funding options, develop a budget, and write a grant application. Feedback on specific grant applications also will be available.
Locations and dates for the regional sessions are as follows:
- September 16, 2010 (southeast Pennsylvania)
- The Inn at Reading
- 1040 North Park Road
- Wyomissing, PA 19610
- September 21, 2010 (northeast Pennsylvania)
- Hilton Scranton Hotel & Conference Center
- 100 Adams Avenue
- Scranton, PA 18503
- September 30, 2010 (southwest Pennsylvania)
- Frank J. Pasquerilla Conference Center
- 301 Napoleon Street
- Johnstown, PA 15901
- October 5, 2010 (northwest Pennsylvania)
- Arlington Hotel
- 1 Seneca Street
- Oil City, PA 16301
All conference materials and lunch are included in the $89 registration fee. To register, visit www.porh.psu.edu.
For more information, contact:
Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health
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