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The Grantwriter's Internet Companion

A Resource for Educators and Others Seeking Grants and Funding

Susan Peterson
© 2001   128 pages   6" x 9"  
Corwin
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"Easy to use, well-written and thoroughly researched. An excellent tool for grantseekers!"
Bonnie Johnson, Executive Director
Nonprofits Resources, Inc.

"Exactly the resource I’ve been seeking! Written in a clear and friendly style that will save the grant writer hundreds of hours. Teachers, administrators and professors will want this practical guide on their shelves."
Carol M. Santa, Past President
International Reading Association

The perfect resource for educators in search of funding!

Successful grantwriter, Susan Peterson, offers the first book especially for educators on using the internet to find funding and grants.

This one-stop resource helps busy instructors discover the financial support they need, from grants for special classroom projects to funding for schoolwide programs. It’s an easy starting point for surfing the Web for grants—including some that can only be found on the Internet! You’ll find:

  • A user-friendly format for the novice
  • Strategies for finding funding sources
  • A comprehensive list of URLs geared to educators
  • Key data about grantwriting, mailing lists, discussion groups, and using e-mail

Save time and money by exploring the world of grant-writing on the internet . . . and begin with a user-friendly format that is perfect for both the novice and the experienced grant writer.

Susan D. Peterson, Ph.D., is currently the Director of the Center for Academic Excellence at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas. She has written and received numerous grants and served on grant-writing teams for school and nonprofit agencies. She conducts in-service sessions for educators and others about grant writing—specifically, how to make use of the internet to research funding sources, data, and grant-writing tips.

The Grantwriter's Internet Companion

A Resource for Educators and Others Seeking Grants and Funding

Susan Peterson
© 2001   128 pages   6" x 9"  
Corwin

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ISBN:   9780761977469 Paperback Suggested Retail Price:   $24.95 Bookstore Price:   $19.96
ISBN:   9780761978084 Hardcover Suggested Retail Price:   $50.95 Bookstore Price:   $40.76

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"Easy to use, well-written and thoroughly researched. An excellent tool for grantseekers!"
Bonnie Johnson, Executive Director
Nonprofits Resources, Inc.

"Exactly the resource I’ve been seeking! Written in a clear and friendly style that will save the grant writer hundreds of hours. Teachers, administrators and professors will want this practical guide on their shelves."
Carol M. Santa, Past President
International Reading Association

The perfect resource for educators in search of funding!

Successful grantwriter, Susan Peterson, offers the first book especially for educators on using the internet to find funding and grants.

This one-stop resource helps busy instructors discover the financial support they need, from grants for special classroom projects to funding for schoolwide programs. It’s an easy starting point for surfing the Web for grants—including some that can only be found on the Internet! You’ll find:

  • A user-friendly format for the novice
  • Strategies for finding funding sources
  • A comprehensive list of URLs geared to educators
  • Key data about grantwriting, mailing lists, discussion groups, and using e-mail

Save time and money by exploring the world of grant-writing on the internet . . . and begin with a user-friendly format that is perfect for both the novice and the experienced grant writer.

Susan D. Peterson, Ph.D., is currently the Director of the Center for Academic Excellence at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas. She has written and received numerous grants and served on grant-writing teams for school and nonprofit agencies. She conducts in-service sessions for educators and others about grant writing—specifically, how to make use of the internet to research funding sources, data, and grant-writing tips.

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