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Grants and Program Initiatives

Grants and Program Initiatives

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Grants and Program Initiatives

The Office of Grants and Program Initiatives supports efforts to improve education and student outcomes through external funding opportunities, in alignment with the College’s Strategic Long Range Plan.

To facilitate the grant research and application process, please follow the phases listed below:

Step 1: Share your idea with the Office of Grants and Program Initiatives

Step 2: Evaluate potential for funding
You should be able to answer the question 鈥淲hat is the problem I鈥檓 solving?鈥

Step 3: Explore potential funding sources (grant funding resources here.)
Sources could be 缅北禁地 foundation, local, state, federal, or private, external, foundation dollars.

Step 4: Select funding source

Step 5: Begin the proposal process (access approval forms here.)
Complete and submit Form 1 – Grant Proposal.

Step 1: Create your grant writing team and designate the Principal Investigator (PI)

Step 2: Write narrative, adhering to grant guidelines, gather and analyze data, create a budget, develop a timeline

Step 3: Submit Form 2 – Submission Approval (allow at least one week for internal approval; access form here.)

Step 4: Once approved, submit proposal

Step 1: Complete and submit Form 3 – Award Decision (access form here.)

Step 2: Manage the award
If funding is awarded, send award announcement to Gretchen Cudworth, Colby Chamness, Provost, Stacy Buckingham, and Zach Stacy.

Step 3: If funding is not awarded, read reviewer critiques and, if allowable, reapply.
Notify Gretchen Cudworth, Colby Chamness, Provost, Stacy Buckingham, and Zach Stacy.


Who to Contact

Gretchen Cudworth听鈥撀Grant Manager
Email: Gretchen.Cudworth@jalc.edu
笔丑辞苍别:听(618) 985-2828聽Extension: 8730