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Often it’s helpful for winning a new, competitively awarded grant to know what others are doing and what has come before us. What follows is a very brief sample of publications by other individuals, organizations, and/or websites that offer insights about competing for public and private grants.


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  1. American Association of Critical Care Nurses: Writing a Successful AACN Grant Proposal
  2. Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance: Developing and Writing Grant Proposals
  3. The Foundation Center: Proposal Writing Basics
  4. The Grantsmanship Center: Proposal Planning and Proposal Writing
  5. The Grantsmanship Center: Writing Proposals for Capacity Building
  6. Institute for Youth Development: The Federal Grant Application Process
  7. National Consumer Supporter Technical Assistance Center: Guide to Proposal Writing
  8. National Science Foundation: Grant Proposal Guide (2011)
  9. National Science Foundation: Application Guide (2011)
  10. National Science Foundation: Guide for Proposal Writing
  11. National Volunteer Fire Council, Grant Writing Guide
  12. North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention: Grant Writing Handbook
  13. Purdue University: Writing a Successful Grant Proposal
  14. Society for Conservation Biology: Guidelines for Writing Grant Proposals
  15. SouthEast Initiatives Regional Technology in Education Consortium: Writing Winning Proposals for Technology
  16. United States Department of Health and Human Services: Grant Writing Tip Sheets
  17. United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance: Grant Writing and Management Academy
  18. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, The Writing Center: Grant Proposals (or Give Me the Money)


This post is provided for the curious as a sample listing of resources for informational purposes only. Listings were current as of the date of posting.


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