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2016 Show Me the Money: Grant Writing Tips and Tricks (J, CA, M/S, C)

Free Recorded Webinar (June 23, 2016)

Training Description: 

“Impatience never commanded success.” - Edwin H. Chapin

Grant writing is an art form and, often, a significant source of frustration for grant applicants. While there is no “formula” that guarantees success, there are several steps grant applicants can take to improve their chances of success.

Please join staff from the Administrative Office of the Courts as they provide an overview of the AOC’s Grant Program and offer suggestions for writing and submitting successful grant applications. This training will address a range of grant submission topics including the importance of reading the fine print, carefully following directions, conducting proper research, writing with clear purpose, and remaining patient throughout the process.

Faculty: Ms. Jamie Gradick, Rural Courts Coordinator and Mr. John McCormick, Assistant Court Administrator, Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts

Who Should Attend: This course is open to all Nevada Trial Court judicial officers and court personnel, with emphasis on rural courts.

Continuing Education Credit: 1.0 CLE/CJE NOTE: CLE Credit for this course is approved through December 31, 2019, and then will be stale dated.

Register: This video requires access to the Distance Education Program’s (DEP) secure password-protected website for use by current Nevada judicial officers and court personnel (e.g. active judges, quasi-judicial officers, court employees, and retired judges). Returning DEP users, click here. If you are a new user, click here.

 

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