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Lakeland College's American Humanics Student Association will present a pair of programs designed for current and future leaders of non-profit organizations this May.
Proposal Planning & Writing will be held on May 9, and Computerized Grantseeking will be held on May 16. Both sessions are from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at Lakeland's Sheboygan County campus.
Registration is due by April 3. The cost to attend each session is $100 per person. Group sponsorships are available for $600 which covers the cost of four people to attend both sessions. Lakeland graduates can attend for $75 per person.
The programs are being offered by Lakeland's American Humanics Student Association through its Community Education Program. The presenter for each session is Lynn Miner, an international specialist in grant writing. The sessions are designed to help non-profit organizations learn new ways to find money to fund their programs.
These programs are part of an ongoing effort by Lakeland's American Humanics Student Association to educate current and future non-profit leaders in the community so they can work to enrich the lives of people in the community through their organizations.
To obtain a registration form, contact Don Francis at Lakeland at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 565-1282.