Strengthening Nonprofits - Advancing The Grant Profession
Have you always wanted to attend the Grant Professionals Association national conference, take the Grant Professional Certification (GPC) exam, or keep moving forward as a GPA Chapter member but just don’t have the financial resources to make it happen?
Then look no further!
The Grant Professionals Foundation (GPF) knows that sometimes agency, organizational, and consulting budgets are too tight to afford professional development. As the very core of our mission, GPF provides grant professionals with scholarships that help them advance their skill sets, build their networks, and make a difference in the world.
But don’t take our word for it. Listen to how these scholarships help dedicated grant professionals learn and grow in our field.
I am grateful for the opportunity to attend the GPA conference because it provides much-needed time and focus on professional development…I am excited about improving my skills and learning new information that will assist my organization to better serve the thousands of people living with HIV in our state.
– Sue Green, Grant Writing Specialist, AIDS Resource Center Ohio
This membership renewal is important, and I will use it wisely to continue to network with colleagues in my profession, continue my education in grantsmanship and make contributions to the organizations – Grant Professionals Association, Grant Professional Credential Institute, and Grant Professionals Foundation.
– Yvonne DeBellotte, Grant Writer, Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
I have been a grant professional for over 10 years and a member of GPA since 2009. In my new position as a grant coordinator for a municipality, I am looking forward to meeting grant professionals in the government and municipality sector nationwide. By meeting other grant professionals in my field I am hoping to create a network of peers that I can contact for collaboration, guidance, and sharing of best practices.
– Kristin Holowicki, Grant Coordinator, City of Coral Springs FL