If you are writing a grant application for a technology grant, Winning at IT has done the leg work for you. Winning at IT shows you winning proposals and projects, with models of thinking and examples you can use to write your grant applications. It shows you - how it is done, who has gone before you, and how they have done it. Winning at IT also shows ongoing current technology grant award programs available for your sector - for Individuals, Libraries & Museums, Non-Profits, Health, K-12 Schools, Colleges & Universities, or all organizations eligible for National Science Foundation grants.. We have done the research for you.
* See "what" funders are funding
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* See "how" a winning proposal is put forward
* "Real" examples of actual winning proposals
* See by example "how" to construct a winning proposal
* Shows current technology grant opportunities - awarded and to be awarded in the future for Non-Profits, Libraries & Museums, K-20 Schools, Colleges & Universities, Health, and Individuals.
* Covers winning grants and recent awards made under these technology grant programs
* Covers winning grants made to Non-Profits, Libraries & Museums, K-12 Schools, Colleges & Universities, Health and Individuals
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We are providing you "models" of thinking, based on real winning projects that you can use in developing your own thoughts and in constructing your applications.
You are in for a treat in our section on writing K-12 Tech Grants. Bryan Feci, Fourth-Grade Teacher in California, shares his enthusiastic saavy writing winning grants. His articles, with actual grant proposals winning over $28,000 in technology equipment for his classroom, model how to go about developing a tech grant program for your classroom or school.