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Posted January 22, 2009
Browning gained her lengthy experience in grant-writing mostly in the field of education aiding school systems to obtain grants for various purposes. The three preliminary questions one has to ask before pursuing specific grants are where is the money? what format does the funding agency require for applying for a grant? and thirdly, just what has to be written to attract serious interest and give one a good chance of getting the grant? Then Browning elaborates on these basics in a user-friendly style advising grant applicants how to follow through on the process of identifying, assessing, and applying for the particular grant. A to-the-point handbook worth the attention of anyone involved in the competitive task of seeking a grant.
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