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Spring 2014: Introduction to Grantwriting

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Spring classes in the Wake Tech Community College Continuing Education department are now enrolling. I’m teaching two … The Business of Writing for Children (#114731), and Introduction to Grantwriting (#114705).

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Author: Dolly R. Sickles

I’ve had an overactive imagination for as long as I can remember, which has served me well during my career as a creative writer, graphic artist, photographer, PR and marketing guru, grantwriter, social advocate, and agent of change (or some combination therein) in the hi-tech, pharmaceutical advertising, performing arts, broadcast and internet media, and social services industries. Aside from freelance business consulting, nowadays I spend my time imagining ... well, everything. I write contemporary romance and romantic suspense under the name Becky Moore, and I’m pleased to report that despite the most grandiose, exhilarating, strange, and unlikely plot I can come up with, every story has a happy ending. I also write children’s literature under the name Dolly Dozier. You can also check me out at MacMillan Publishing’s Heroes & Heartbreakers, where I’m a romance blogger.

3 thoughts on “Spring 2014: Introduction to Grantwriting

  1. Pingback: Have You Signed Up for Continuing Education? | The Doctor is IN

  2. I hope you have a huge class registration. While anyone can write a grant, the goal is of course to GET the grant. That takes skill and knowledge of how to maneuver inside the system. Good luck!

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