Friday Funny! How to Thank a Grant Professional

How to thank a grant professional? Teach someone you love the subtleties of there, their, and they’re!

Friday Funny! Super Bowl Edition

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BPC can help you with your grant writing!

Grant Writing (YouTube playlist)

Friday Funny! Grantitude

Grantitude: the state of being grateful for grants, grant makers, grant opportunities, grant partners, grant teams, grant reviews, grant managers, and grant professionals.

Friday Funny! Grant Writing Cat

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Don’t trust a cat for your grant. Turn to BPC for help!

Grant Writing (YouTube playlist)

Friday Funny! Grant Writing Meme

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Nope, there’s no funding here either!

BPC can help with your grant writing!

Grant Writing (YouTube playlist)

Find Funding for your Business!

Dr. Nicole Bowman of Bowman Performance Consulting discusses grant writing, services BPC offers, and how to get grants. She suggests diversifying your services, and communicating them well. Visit her website for a list of grants available for for-profit businesses.

Grants and Loans for Businesses through Non-Profits  https://bpcwi.com/grants-and-loans-for-businesses-through-non-profits/

Federal Funding Sources for Entrepreneurs  https://bpcwi.com/federal-funding-sources-for-entrepreneurs/

Wisconsin State Sources of Funding for Entrepreneurs  https://bpcwi.com/wisconsin-state-sources-of-funding-for-entrepreneurs/

American Indian Business Resources  https://bpcwi.com/american-indian-business-resources/

Looking for an Education Specialist!

NIEA national indian education associationThe National Indian Education Association is looking for an Education Specialist to fulfill grant priorities. Please view the PDF below or visit their site for more information.

*Ed Specialist Job Description (PDF)

NIEA.org

Little Priest Tribal College soliciting Requests for Proposals for its Grant Writing Services

Little_Priest_Tribal_College_1011524LITTLE PRIEST TRIBAL COLLEGE 
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Grant Writing Services

Little Priest Tribal College (affiliated with the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska) is soliciting Requests for Proposals for its Grant Writing Services for FY 2016.
Little Priest Tribal College will receive Request for Proposals, mailed, emailed or hand delivered, until 5:00 pm on February 4, 2016 at the Little Priest Tribal College Business Office (Attention: Finance Director, PO Box 270, 601 East College Drive, Winnebago, NE 68701. tatanka.petite@littlepriest.edu)
All qualified proposals meeting the terms and conditions will be evaluated and approval made by Little Priest Tribal College to constitute the most responsive bid for the grant writing services requested.

To receive a copy of the scope of work, please contact Tatanka Petite at (402) 878-3322 or email: tatanka.petite@littlepriest.edu
Little Priest Tribal College reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals and the right to waive any informalities or irregularities.

Randy Hella 
20 Canosia Rd 
P.O. Box 192 
Esko, MN 55733 
Cell 218-343-1916 
Email: rhella@interserv.com

Few Slots Left for Grant Reviewer

There are a few slots left for grant reviewers with evaluation background to collaborate with the Office of Family Assistance at the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. ACF has solicited grant proposals for Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood programs and each grant review panel must include some experts with background in program design, and some experts with program evaluation experience. Given your background in program evaluation, we are asking you to consider applying to participate in the grant review panels. If you know of any advanced graduate students, postdocs, or junior or mid-level faculty who may be interested as well, please forward this request to them.

The OFA Healthy Marriage grant reviews are scheduled during the dates of Monday, August 3rd – Friday, August 15th, 2015 and the OFA Responsible Fatherhood grant reviews are scheduled during the dates of Monday, August 17th – Friday, August 28th, 2015. Reviewers will be given an honorarium of $1,200 for each two-week cycle they participate in-if selected they will have a chance to indicate their interest in and availability for one or both of the reviews. During this timeframe, each panel will evaluate eight to ten applications.  Evaluation of each application will include scoring of applications and providing detailed narrative comments. The reviews will be conducted individually off-site, with telephone conferences of four-person review panels held at the end of each cycle.

We ask that you forward this information broadly to relevant students and colleagues.  Individuals interested in serving on review panels are asked to submit their CV – and it is recommended that the CV include a one paragraph statement describing their training and experience using experimental and quasi-experimental program evaluation methods – to Emily Snoek at Mathematica Policy Research at famlecross-site@mathematica-mpr.com<mailto:famlecross-site@mathematica-mpr.com> as soon as possible.  Individuals will be screened and, if appropriate, asked to complete an on-line application for joining a review panel. Please note that individuals serving as grant reviewers cannot be proposed for any role in a grant application for a Healthy Marriage or Responsible Fatherhood program.

If you or a colleague is interested, please act quickly, as this opportunity will be closing soon.

Which Grant Is For You?

Nicole Bowman presents an overview of which grant types are available.