Pre-Application Training: Spokane, WA
Date: Thu, April 2 – Fri, April 3, 2020
Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM PST each day
Location: TBD – hotel and location will be announced when minimum registration capacity is reached.
Contact: Katrina Bell, Program/Event Coordinator
Description And Registration
Join us at our upcoming ANA Pre-Application Training. The training is designed to provide prospective ANA applicants with “nuts and bolts” information on the federal application process and the ANA Funding Opportunity Announcements for all ANA grant types.
Participants learn how to:
• Understand the 2020 ANA Funding Opportunity Announcement Evaluation Criteria;
• Format, package, structure and submit an application for ANA funding consideration;
• Register and apply on www.grants.gov
The training session is offered free of charge to tribes and American Indian, Native Hawaiian, Alaska Native, and other Native American Pacific Islander non-profit organizations eligible to apply for an ANA grant. Each participant is responsible for paying their own travel costs to attend. Pre-Application training participants should have a defined project idea. A summary of your proposed project including your goal and objectives will help you get the most out of the training. We want you to leave the training prepared to write your grant application.
Disclaimer: This training is not confirmed until we have enough people registered. Once we reach minimum capacity, an email will be sent along with hotel information to all that have registered. Please do register in advance so that we can confirm training as soon as possible and provide you with enough time to make travel arrangements if needed.
Registration is free, however, please register one ticket per person and only two per organization.