Proposal Writing: Tips for Writing a Winning Proposal. By: Carol Wickersham, Director of Community-Based Learning Emily Sager, Office Coordinator, Liberal Arts in Practice Center. Where to Find Funding. Beloit-Only Opportunities National Fellowships and Scholarships-Undergraduate
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Carol Wickersham, Director of Community-Based Learning
Emily Sager, Office Coordinator, Liberal Arts in Practice Center
What are you interested in learning?
How are you going to accomplish learning this? (BE SPECIFIC)
Measuring the Project’s Success
How will you share your project with others?
Through the college
Through the community
What Will I Need to Accomplish My Project?
Note: -I will not need local transportation as I will be able to walk from my host
family to my project site. -I will buy groceries every week and make my own food to save money. –My parents’ insurance covers the cost of vaccinations. –I will pay for my visa fees out of money I saved last summer.
All LAPC fellowship recipients are required to register their experience for credit
*All of these options have a registration fee attached*
If you have not done so already begin to think about the questions proposed throughout this presentation and jot down some ideas you currently have.
*Other funding sources will have varying deadlines*