You may have recently been hired as the coordinator of a grant program. In this role, you will find the job requires you to facilitate an advisory board, manage the grant financials, report on the grant, and ensure the grant deliverables are met. To accomplish these tasks, a coordinator must be flexible, able to multi-task, meet deadlines and work well with others. Beyond these responsibilities, the coordinator will serve as a problem solver, motivator, reporter, diplomat, and an advocate. This course will provide the grant coordinator with the skills and techniques needed for successful implementation of the grant program’s purpose and intent. Participants will learn tips and tools for effective grant coordination from the ground up. Course Objectives: •To define the many responsibilities of the coordinator •To recognize how effective meetings are run •To define effective advisory board members, what they should do and why they should work together •To assess the strengths needed to carry out the action steps to achieve your goals; identify the strengths of community members as well as agencies and organizations within and outside of the community •To employ best practices for the financial accountability of your grant.
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