HOFFMAN LECTURE: Proposal Writing: Community Engagement in Problem Solving

March 22 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | 2 CE HOURS (NO FEE) | REGISTRATION REQUIRED


Funding proposals for community-based programs are more likely to succeed when proposal writers consult with the intended recipients of the support and with those who possess the kind of direct experience that can help with envisioning program goals. Dr. Soraya M. Coley (bio), president of the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona), will share the basics of program design and proposal writing for community services funding. Coley is the coauthor, with Cynthia Scheinberg, of the best-selling book Proposal Writing: Effective Grantsmanship for Funding (Sage, 2016). She has nearly 30 years of higher education experience and has worked with nonprofits and community-based organizations on program design, evaluation, and grant writing.

About the Linda and Peter Hoffman Writing Lecture
Established in 2004, the Linda and Peter Hoffman Writing Lecture assists in preparing social work professionals to influence human service systems through effective writing.

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All event information, including a full speaker bio, instructions on how to access the webinar, and details regarding CE hours, can be found on the registration page. Please contact sswalumni@columbia.edu with any remaining questions.