Grant Management Techniques for Nonprofits at UNH

Grant Management Techniques for Nonprofits

Successful grants management is one of the greatest challenges in the nonprofit world.

This workshop will help you to understand the entire grant cycle--from concept to closeout.

  • Learn tips on how to satisfy your funders as you accomplish your program objectives.
  • Review sample grant monitoring systems.
  • Discuss the roles and responsibilities of actors in the grants management process, current trends in the grant world, sources of income and contracts, internal and financial management, and grant monitoring systems.
  • Learn grant management tips and strategies for different funding sources and identify grant resources on the web.

Who should take this class?

  • Experienced grant managers who are looking for practical insights into grants management
  • Nonprofit staff and board members who would like a broader understanding of nonprofit operations
  • Individuals from start-up organizations who are managing their first grants

Instructor Bios


Grant Management Techniques for Nonprofits

  • Jack Smith

    Jack Smith

    Jack Smith, M.P.A., is a nationally recognized nonprofit consultant who offers management, project development training, and technical assistance to public and private organizations. He is a member of the adjunct faculty at the Emory University, Univ. of Southern Maine, and the Univ. of Georgia. He has trained several thousand individuals throughout the U.S. and abroad in grant management and grant writing. Audiences have included teachers and school administrators, mental health professionals, nurses, nonprofit staff and board members, state and municipal employees, consumer groups, and law enforcement. He has facilitated board retreats for dozens of nonprofit boards and statewide associations and presented at numerous national and state conferences.

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