Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Training: HUD. April 2013. Capacity Building – Grant Writing


Capacity Building – Grant Writing

HUDTraining Schedule for 2013 Date

Location
Address
Registration Information
and Contact Persons
April 9 – 10, 2013
Houston, TX
Neighborhood Centers Inc. Ripley House
4410 Navigation Blvd.
Houston, TX 77011

Click Here To Register: http://www.hud.gov/emarc/index.cfm?fuseaction=emar.addRegisterEvent&eventId=1593&update=N
Contact Name: Gwendolyn Berry
Phone: 713-718-3110
Email.com: gwendolyn.d.berry@hud.gov
April 24, 2013
Jamaica, NY
York College / City University of New York - CUNY
94 - 20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd
Jamaica, NY 11451

Click Here To Register: http://www.hud.gov/emarc/index.cfm?fuseaction=emar.registerEvent&eventId=1649&update=N
Contact Name: Gayela Bynum
Phone: 202-402-6618
Email: gayela.a.bynum@hud.gov 

Would you like to know about finding grants, leveraging funds, grant writing tips/do’s and don’ts, capacity building, 501c3 info, and many more exciting topics?

This exciting two day training event will include:
  • Learning the key elements of how to prepare and compete for federal funding streams, how to understand the grant application process, the important factors for award, and capacity building. Attendees will also learn about other local Houston HUD programs such as Center for Faith Based and Community Partnerships, Community Planning and Development, Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity, Federal Housing Administration (FHA), Public Housing, Multifamily Housing,and other Housing related programs and how they are being utilized in the Houston area.

Everyone must be registered to attend. A certification of completion will be given those who attend both training days.





















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