2014 Southern Regional Grant Conference Set for April 10-11

The 2014 Southern Regional Grant Conference is set for Thursday-Friday, April 10-11. Reserve your spot at the Sheraton Suites Galleria Atlanta now by visiting the Georgia Grant Professional Association’s website at www.ggpa.org.

The conference is $150 for Grant Professionals Association members and $175 for everyone else. Don’t miss this affordable opportunity to expand your knowledge base, network with your peers, ask questions of expert panelists, and participate in multiple breakout sessions.

Workshops are being offered for all grant professions (local government, K-12 education, consultants, non-profit, etc) and from beginner to advanced experience levels.  A sampling of workshop topics include:  technology for grant professionals, grant management 101, grant consulting, and one private foundation’s behind the scenes look at how funding decisions are made.

If you are registered and paid in full to attend the Southern Regional Grant Conference before midnight on March 31,2014 you will be eligible to win grant training from Grant Writing USA.  The training is regularly $595 for their two day grant management class and $425 for the two day grant writing class, but Grant Writing USA wants to further your professional development as an added benefit to attending the grant conference in Atlanta.  Grant Writing USA is the Premier Sponsor of the 2014 Southern Regional Grant Conference hosted by the Georgia Grant Professionals Association and wants you to expand your grant skill set.  One lucky registrant will be selected in a drawing to win this fantastic training opportunity.  You pick the time, location, and grant management or writing class based on the workshop list posted on their website.

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