Grant Writing Basics

4-Week Course Starts April 12, 2021

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Course Fee: $175.00 USD

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
This course starts on April 12, 2021. It is an asynchronous online course designed to be completed in 4 weeks.
Participants will spend approximately 2 hours each week on viewing lectures, answering quizzes, and completing written assignments.
It is recommended that you complete each week's work within that week to stay in sync with other learners.
When is the last day for enrollment?
Friday, April 9th.
Will the instructor be available for feedback and questions?
Absolutely! Your instructor will provide feedback for each assignment and will be available via email for any questions you may have. A discussion area is also available where participants can post questions.
Will I receive a Certificate of Completion?
In order to receive a Certificate of Completion you must complete the following each week:
1. View all lectures
2. Answer all quizzes
3. Complete all assignments
You will receive your certificate approximately 2 weeks after the course ends.
How long do I have access to the course material?
You will have unlimited access for three months from the start date of this course.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, Contact us in the first 14 days and we will give you a full refund.
I am having trouble enrolling. Help!
We're sorry to hear this. Here are some options:
1. Try enrolling with a different browser or with a different device (laptop, tablet, smart phone, etc.).
2. Request that we send you an invoice. This will be emailed to you and you can pay through the link provided in the invoice. Email us at [email protected]

Your Instructor


Sarah Hopley
Sarah Hopley

Sarah Hopley is the Senior Manager for Collection Services at the Center for Jewish History, located in New York City. In this role she oversees archival processing, digitization, conservation, and exhibition services, with a focus on grant funding. Previously, she was the Special Collections and Exhibits Librarian at Murray State University in Kentucky and, prior to that, she was a grant coordinator for an IMLS Connecting to Collections preservation education grant with the Wisconsin Historical Society. She holds a Master of Library and Information Science with a concentration in archives from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.


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