Grant writing, management workshop set for Feb. 6-9
TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – The Seminole Tribe of Florida, its the Native Learning Center and the Cherokee Nation will host grant writing and grants management training Feb. 6-9 in Tahlequah.
Two days will be dedicated to grant writing and two days to grant management.
According to the NLC, the grant writing workshop will consist of an introduction to writing, overview of grant types and how to find grants. During the grant management course, the NLC will ensure that attendees learn about current federal grant management requirements and understand general grant management requirements.
“We are grateful for the hospitality and the opportunity to bring together two experts – Shelly J. Tucciarelli and Lucy Morgan – in the field,” Dr. Ilene Miller, NLC Training and Technical Services director, said. “The interest and registration is reflecting a great deal of participation from many different tribal communities. We are confident that the participants will take away valuable tools to bring back to their communities for effective grant writing and tools for managing future grants.”
Tucciarelli has more than 20 years of experience in management, training, administration and development of affordable housing and community development. Shelly is a citizen of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin and owns Turtle Clan Development Services.
Morgan is a leading author on federal grant management for nonprofits, institutions of higher education and state, local and tribal governments. She has written more than 250 articles on grant management topics.
The workshops will begin at 8 a.m. each day in the Tsa La Gi Community Room at the Tribal Complex.
Attendance is free and open to all Native Americans and those working within Indian Country. Space will be limited. To apply for the workshop, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/training-for-grant-writing-and-grants-management-tickets-30556053980