The Office of Research and Sponsored Projects is the primary office for faculty and staff at UTEP to contact about applying for external grants, including finding funding opportunities, developing proposals, proposal writing and editing, gaining college approval to submit, negotiating and accepting awards, and properly administering a grant.
Founded in 1972 by Norton J. Kiritz to offer grantsmanship training to nonprofit and government agencies. Today the center conducts some 150 workshops annually in grantsmanship training, as well as earned income strategies for nonprofits.
A news source on jobs, ideas and news for nonprofit leaders, fund raisers, grant makers, and other people involved in the philanthropic enterprise.
A daily news service of the Foundation Center, is a compendium, in digest form, of philanthropy-related articles and features culled from print and electronic media outlets nationwide.
The Center of Participatory Change (CPC) is an organization that works for racial justice and human dignity. They created a toolbox that showcase a set of skills and techniques used by CPC and their partners.
Short web based course by the Foundation Center which covers step-by-step process of funding.
This Purdue handout explains the steps involved in copleting a successful grant proposal and presents examples specific for business managers.
The handout is created by the University of North Carolina at Chapell Hill and covers information on how to write and revise grant proposals in all academic disciplines.
Advide and information on grant seeking and proposal writing compiled by Ohio Literacy Resource Center.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) provides advise on developing and writing grant proposals.
Scholastics compile a list of tips for educators seeking fundraising.