July 14, 2017

Grants.gov Training Coming to Albuquerque!

From our nonprofit arm, The Grants Collective

Are you new to federal grants or could you use a refresher? Join Tricia Glass from Grants.gov to learn how to up your federal grant seeking game!

The Grants Collective is excited to partner with the Center for Nonprofit Excellence to bring in Tricia Glass, a national trainer from Grants.gov.

Grants.gov is the federal government’s centralized website where the 26 federal grant-making agencies post their grant funding opportunities and where the public goes to find and apply for those opportunities.

The presentation will cover the registration process, how to find funding opportunities, how to apply for those opportunities, and an overview of Grants.gov’s new Workspace application format. The session is sure to be informative for both novice and experienced grant seekers alike.

Register now for the Grants.gov training


Tricia Glass began working as a Program Advisor in the Grants.gov Program Management Office in November of 2012. Prior to that she spent four years working at the Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration as a Senior Grants Manager. Ms. Glass has over a decade experience in both grants and program management as well as information technology management.

Register Here


About The Grants Collective

The Grants Collective is helping New Mexico nonprofit organizations boost their ability and capacity to compete for major national and federal grants. We offer three primary ways to participate:

Cooperative Network: A subscription-based network of nonprofit professionals interested in developing skills, insight, and resources for high-performance grant seeking.

Talent Academy: A 6-month professional fellowship to develop skills for securing major grants.

Grow New Mexico: Technical assistance to help New Mexican communities and organizations put together grant/loan packages for infrastructure and other special projects. Grow New Mexico is an independent, fiscally sponsored project.

Find out more at www.thegrantscollective.org

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