1-Hour Online Lesson is the official site created by the government to help streamline the federal proposal funding process by connecting federal grantees and potential grant seekers to funding opportunities, and providing for online federal proposal submission. To help improve the probability of accessing available funds, Illinois ResourceNet will provide a 1-hour instructional session on how to best use the search tools provided by the site, and abide by the requirements necessary to successfully find available grants and apply for those funds.

On Thursday, May 14th from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. participants will learn how to make the transition from hardcopy to digital submission of project proposals. Illinois ResourceNet Extension Coordinator, Al Zwilling will guide course participants through the site, and explore aspects critical to the application process. The online session is equipped with a collaborative component that encourages students to ask questions and get the answers during the virtual lesson. To maximize the amount of time allocated for the session, participants are encouraged to visit the government site and access Illinois ResourceNet’s prepared Learn on Demand informational sessions on Illinois ResourceNet’s Training and Education section before the course date. Illinois ResourceNet will offer future sessions depending on the demand.

Illinois ResourceNet’s session will teach grant seekers best practices for:

•    Successful online registration
•    Searching for funding opportunities and using important key words
•    Determining eligibility for grant opportunities
•    Preparing documents necessary for online submission.
•    Equipping computer system for compatibility with site.

Space is limited. Please register ASAP.
As the course date nears, registrants will receive an informational letter with details and instructions to log in to the lesson.

Name Sales End Price
Registrant Ended Free