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Grantwriting Workshop

Grantwriting Workshop

Thursday, November 17, 2016 - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

This one-day workshop, taught by Noah Temaner Jenkins, was designed for beginning and aspiring grant writers. It covered the basics of writing grant proposals — from conducting research on prospective funders to submission of your proposal.

Noah Temaner Jenkins has been writing grants for nonprofit organizations engaged in community development, social justice, poverty alleviation, and higher education for nearly 20 years. She has helped these nonprofits raise more than $10 million from government agencies, foundations, and corporations.

The Spertus Approach — Spertus Institute cultivates an atmosphere of lively discourse. We often hear from students and participants that their Spertus experiences are inspiring and transformative. That is by design, and it results in meaningful opportunities for personal and professional growth.


The Center for Jewish Leadership

This was one in a series of workshops and master classes designed to enhance the knowledge, effectiveness, creativity, and strategic agility of current and future leaders, advancing the missions of the organizations they serve. Although designed for those working with Jewish agencies and organizations, the content is beneficial to anyone seeking to learn best practices, including those working in the nonprofit, for profit, and social sectors. Learn more>