Hi, my name is Phil Johncock. You may not know me, but I've been helping people write grants for the last 20 years. We've done some incredible things, too, like generating over $1.2 Billion in funding in only two-and-a-half years. Our students have one of the highest success rates around, often greater than experienced grant professionals!
We've had thousands of successful students around the globe, and you know what: I know what you're going through right now because I see it every single day from my students.
Let's face it:
I mean does this sound like you?
Because our methods have a 93% success rate AND because of our extensive experience helping thousands get Billions in grant funding, we can help you get the funding that you need, starting immediately.
But the part you need to understand is that all grant writing is not equal. There are different ways and methods for different types of funders, like letters of inquiry or 2-page letter proposals to private Foundations and 25-page full proposals to Federal agencies. Moreover, every one of the more than 75,000 funders has its own unique selection criteria. It's easy to get confused. That's where we can help! That's why we need to explain all the different aspects so you can find out what really works best for you!
The other part you need to understand is that all grant writing classes are not equal either. There is no standardized curriculum teachers use and no training to prepare teachers. More importantly, there are NO MENTORS.
Let me explain ...
A mentor is someone who is going to help you and guide you into the right ways of writing grants. A mentor will also help you avoid the wrong ways of doing things. In other words, a mentor is going to save you time. He is going to save you energy. He is going to save you frustration. More importantly, he is going to save you money in the process.
What you need to know is that a mentor with a high success rate like we have is going to increase the odds of you getting approved for the grant that you just applied for. That's what you really want, right!
A mentor is going to ...
"My friend, Phil Johncock, is the world’s top grant writer.
Phil gives expert advice on absolutely everything you need to know to write successful grants.
He simplifies this complicated world of grant writing, and add a flare of playful wisdom with a twist of magic … for anyone associated with nonprofits."
Mark Victor Hansen, Best-Selling Author & Co-Creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul Series
After you register, watch your inbox for an email message with instructions for emailing us 3 good days/times in the upcoming week to speak with Phil Johncock, the Grant Professor. You will be contacted directly by Phil to confirm your Interview. During this 45-60 minute Interview, we will explore your program goals and expectations. Then, instructions for your unique Individual Education Plan (IEP) will be provided during your first webinar orientation. Your IEP will help guide your learning throughout your 12 months and should be updated monthly.
COURSE 1 OF 4 - FUNDER RESEARCH
The Funder Research System is a cutting-edge 5 webinar series that shows you how and where to find rock-solid grant leads for your nonprofit or government agency. The webinars are designed to take you step-by-step through the process of finding the best possible funder matches for your agency. Here is what you will learn:
Webinar 1 – Fundable Programs & Matching
Webinar 2 – Foundations
Webinar 3 – Corporations
Webinar 4 – Federal Government
Webinar 5 – State & Local Government & Civic Organizations
COURSE 2 OF 4 - GRANT WRITING BASICS
The premiere Grant Writing course on the Internet, this self-paced course goes into the 8 main sections of a well-written grant government proposal using the most widely used grant writing format in the world (i.e., summary, agency introduction, problem or needs statement, outcomes, methods, evaluation, sustainability and budget). In six easy assignments, you will learn:
**How to make your projects and ideas more attractive to funders
**How to use a Cooperating Collections near you to find funders
**The most widely used proposal writing format in the world
**How to critique grant proposals
**How to polish a proposal
**How to write a "real" or "mock" proposal
COURSE 3 OF 4 - LETTER PROPOSAL WRITING
You will be guided step-by-step through writing a 1-4 page letter proposal to a Foundation or Corporate funder. Learn 7 parts of a template you can use in letter proposal writing as well as receive many examples before you start writing. In 4 webinars, you will learn:
Webinar 1 - How to Analyze Funders
Webinar 2 - Problem, Solution & Capabilities
Webinar 3 - Budget, Closing & Summary
Webinar 4 - Mock Reviews & Edits
COURSE 4 OF 4 - GPC EXAM PREP COURSE
The course is an 8-week series of webinars designed for skill-building while addresses all 9 competencies covered in the Grant Professional Certification (GPC) examination. Unlike many webinars that are one-way presentations with boring PowerPoints, these are “participatory” webinars taught by certified GPC faculty who are also Certified Webinar Facilitators. This means you will be able to connect the content of the GPC exam to your experience and discuss key issues with other professionals from around the country.
Students who have completed our course have a 100% pass rate. In additional, all faculty members have a 100% pass rate on the first try. While we cannot guarantee that you pass the first time, we will do our best to help you succeed. Our pass guarantee says that if you do not pass the GPC exam, you may retake the GPC Exam Prep Course Online in the future for free!
Paid Internships: There are three main types of Grant Intern areas of focus: 1) grant readiness, 2) funder research and 3) proposal writing. Once you’ve identified a potential agency with which you’d like to Intern, you will have them complete an Internship application that outlines the scope of work needed. Then, you draft a contractual agreement. Forms and instructions for setting up and completing Paid Internships will be provided in periodic Intern teleconferences. Through periodic Intern teleconferences, Interns and faculty gather to problem-solve and share successes. From landing the perfect grant Internship to getting the most out of your experience, our Paid Internship program provides you with everything you need to succeed and “learn-and-earn.” Ours is the first and longest running Grant Intern program in the world.
On-The-Job Training (OJT): If you are currently employed or gain full-time employment during the 12-month period, you are eligible to participate in the on-the-job training (OJT) program. The primary benefit of the OJT program is that you can integrate your funder research, grant readiness and/or grant writing as part of your job. In other words, you can get "learn-and-earn"! For some, one of the first things to do is get permission to work on grants as part of your job, especially if it is not part of your current job responsibilities. We’ll coach you through the process of getting permission. Once approved, the OJT program is a team-driven approach that empowers your colleagues and you to create a “grants team” that gets you bottom-line results. Through periodic OJT teleconferences, you will receive step-by-step guidance and everything you need to get the most out of your OJT program while helping your agency dramatically increase grant funding, high-quality funder leads, and short- and long-term success!
The Grants Conference is a 3-day educational event with Phil Johncock, the Grant Professor that can be attended live in person or through streaming video.
What are the topics covered in the 3-day conference?
**How to develop your ideas into fundable proposals
**Where to find high quality funder leads
**Top trends in Foundation and corporate giving
**How to balance “information” and “persuasion”
**How to create “load-bearing” sentences (i.e., more info in less words)
**How to participate in and coordinate peer reviews
**How to create a Sustainability Plan
**10 most common grant writing mistakes to avoid
**7 key elements of letter proposals
**How to conduct Pre-Proposal contacts
**How to become Grant Professional Certified (GPC)
In-Person is the preferred method of participating in the Grants Conference. When you attend In-Person, you participate live in 12 presentations, group discussions, small group and partner practices, special online research, Peer Review process and an opportunity to serve as a Review Coordinator. You can network with colleagues during breaks and meals as well as have special opportunities to meet with Phil Johncock. If you cannot attend live, you can participate through Streaming Video. You can be a fly-on-the-wall and view and listen in on presentations and group discussions from the privacy of your own home or office.
The Fastest Way To Get Grants is a 4 CD set of 4 hours of audio training and written transcripts in a 3-ring binder mailed to you. It is an actual hard-copy that you can put on your book shelf or share amongst colleagues. It is a series of 30 best-kept secrets to grant writing mega-success. You get the highest quality content in small, bite-size chunks that are easy to digest and assimilate since every audio track is less than 15 minutes long! Simply listen, read and learn:
**How to increase your success rate by developing your ideas into fundable proposals
**How to attract funders by making your ideas and projects original, timely, compelling and sustainable
**How to access over $300 Billion (or less if you wish) in grant funds available each year from four primary funding sources: Foundations, Corporations, Government Agencies and Individual Donors
**Both left-brained (linear) and right-brained (non-linear) approaches to finding funding sources
**Dozens of practical writing tips and ways to make your proposal stand out
**How to access sample worksheets, checklists and evaluation forms.
"The depth and breadth of the material Phil Johncock offers is as rich as it is practical.
… no one has any excuses left as to why one’s project won’t get funded."
Dr. Jean Houston, Best-Selling Author of A Passion for the Possible and Jump Time
"Phil Johncock gives a fresh and vital new perspective on the art of writing grants and getting them funded. His ideas are well worth studying.
What I really like about his approach is his combination of the metaphysical aspects of manifestation with the essential technical aspects of grant writing."
Dr. Gay Hendricks, Best-Selling Author of Conscious Living, Five Wishes & Conscious Loving
"For many, the job of writing a grant proposal may be too daunting and technical. Phil Johncock breaks the job down into manageable, easy-to-digest chunks that are easy to understand and not technical.
Finally, there is an author who gives us tools to see the grant writing process from both sides of our brains. He delves into how you can make right-brained and left-brained approaches to funders. Phil tells you where to find funders, both electronically and in print."
Charity Channel, CharityChannel.com
GUARANTEE: If you are not completely satisfied with the Monthly Mentoring Program for any reason, then simply contact us within 30 days from your start date, and we will issue you a prompt refund check. No questions asked. No hassles. That's more than a guarantee, that's a promise. If you were mailed The Fastest Way To Get Grants package, this cost will be deducted from your refund check because this item cannot be resold once it has been opened.
PASS GUARANTEE: Regarding the GPC Exam Prep Course Online pass guarantee, 100% of our past students passed the GPC exam on the first try. While we cannot guarantee that you will pass the first time, we will do absolutely everything within our power to help you succeed. Our pass guarantee says that if you do not pass the GPC exam for whatever reason, you may retake the GPC Exam Prep Course Online in the future for free!
NOTE: Ideally, we'd love for you to stay until you get your first 5 grants, get paid to learn with your internship or on-the-job-training, and be prepared to pass your GPC exam. However, if you cancel after the 30 day guarantee, your membership will be good up until the date of your renewal.
Vinny Ribas, Disability Resources, Reno, NV
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