|What They Say
“I …feel our organization will get back its registration fee many times over.
Lester K. Kloss, Jr., Fund Raising Director,
“Future attempts at funding will be greatly improved thanks to course information.”
Timothy A. Potts, Grant
“A good workshop. One of the best I've attended.”
Richard L. Dunn, Director,
Your Workshop Leader
John L. Gann, Jr., has given two different public grantsmanship seminars in multiple Midwest cities and has helped clients win their first grants from new public or private funding sources.
|He did a grants newsletter for metropolitan Chicago and one of the first manuals nationwide on a new federal program. And he's written and spoken widely on how the best marketing ideas from business can also be used to achieve important public purposes.
He held an Extension post at Cornell University and was grants specialist and Local Services Director at the Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission.
Get Smarter Faster Cheaper
Now there’s no need to go to a distant city and spend hundreds for this specialized training. With these CDs, you’ll get smarter about grants while driving to work.
You can share what you hear with others. Points you miss the first time you'll listen to again. And you get much of the benefit of workshop-style interaction you don’t get from lectures.
So be more successful by learning what your competitors know...plus a few things they don’t.
Download and print an 8 1/2 x 11-inch PDF (click here) on grants. Adobe Acrobat required. To return to other grants page, click here. To return to home page, just click here.
Send me ____ copies of the 8-CD, six-hour audio workshop Marketing to Win Grant Funds and bill me for $149.95 + 8.00 S&H per set. IL customers add 8.25% sales tax. Print out and fax to CarpeHoram (866) 61-HORAM. For U.S. Mail address,
This CD recording may contain minor electrical interference resulting from media conversion that does not interfere with the clarity of Mr. Gann's presentation. Since funding programs change over time, there are incidental references to grant trends that are now dated but do not impair the validity of other information offered.