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October 18-19, 2021  Grant Writing Class
Hosted by SUNY OSWEGO Division of Extended Learning
SUNY Oswego Metro Center, The Atrium / Large Classroom
2 Clinton Square
Syracuse, New York 13202

Welcome!  If you're ready to learn how to find funding sources and write winning grant proposals, you've come to the right place.  Beginning and experienced grant writers from city, county and state agencies as well as healthcare organizations, nonprofits, K-12, colleges and universities are encouraged to attend.  You do not need to work in the same profession as the host agency.

Itinerary and Location:  This workshop is October 18-19, 2021, 9-4 both days with lunch on your own from noon to 1:20.  View a map of the workshop location, and learning objectives.

Tuition:  Tuition is $455 and includes everything: two days of terrific instruction, workbook, and access to our Alumni Forums that's packed full of tools, helpful discussions and more than 200 sample grant proposals.

COVID Guidelines:  Local health and safety guidelines will be followed.  This class is being held in a large room, and enrollment is limited to ensure proper distancing.  Masks and physical distancing are required.  If you don't bring a mask one will be provided.  Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will also be available.

If online learning is more comfortable for you, please visit our complete calendar of events here for a training option that might work for you.  We offer Zoom classes live monthly and a replay option in order to be able to learn at your own pace.

This is a ...

√ grant writing class
grant management class

what's the difference?

CEU Credits:  Various CEUs and university credit are available for this class.  For complete details click here.

Payment Policy:  Payment by credit card at the time of enrollment is preferred, however, you may pay later by check.  Our registration system will auto-generate a personalized invoice/receipt for you immediately after you enroll.  If you choose to pay by check, it is your responsibility to print the online invoice and guide it through your purchasing channels.  We do not mail invoices.  Payment by check or card is required by the workshop date unless other arrangements are made.

Purchase Orders:  If you work for a government agency and want to pay by purchase order, when you register online choose the "pay by check" option.  The web site will auto-generate a printable invoice.  Print the invoice, give it and your purchase order to your purchasing department and they'll send the check.  That's it!

Cancel Policy:  Tuition is set regardless of method of instruction and will not be refunded if instruction occurs remotely at another time.  Withdrawals are allowed up to one week prior to the workshop.  Tuition refunds - less a $30 admin charge - are made by check and mailed within 5 working days of receiving your cancellation.  If you cancel within one week of the workshop or if you're registered for a workshop and fail to show up, you are obliged to submit your tuition in full and are then prepaid for and welcome to attend any future workshop we offer within one year of the workshop you cancelled.  If you register within 10 days of the class, you may cancel your registration up to 5 days after by notifying us via email at  Tuition refunds - less a $30 admin charge - are made within 5 working days of receiving your cancellation notice.

Questions?  Email or call The Client Services Team at Grant Writing USA, at 800.814.8191, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm (PT).

COVID Waiver:  By clicking register above or below, you are acknowledging an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present.  By attending a Grant Writing USA or Grant Management USA workshop you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold GWUSA or GMUSA or the facility or agency where the workshop is held or any of their affiliates, directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors, or volunteers liable for any illness or injury.

Parking:  The Atrium Parking Garage is a public garage at the corner of Franklin and Washington streets, one block west of the training location.  You must enter the parking garage from Franklin Street to have your ticket validated.  DO NOT use the Fayette Street garage entrance - your ticket can not be validated if you do.  Bring the parking ticket to the Metro Center for validation to get a reduced daily rate of $4 (ignore signage to leave ticket on dash).  When exiting the garage, make payment after inserting the ticket into the machine; you can pay with cash, credit or debit card.

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Traveling and need lodging?  These hotels are near the training location. Click the hotel's name to visit their website.

Jefferson Clinton Hotel
416 South Clinton Street
Syracuse, New York 13202
0.2 miles from training location
This hotel is 3 blocks directly south of the Metro Center.  It has a parking garage and guests can easily walk from the hotel to the Metro Center without moving their car.  Ask for SUNY Oswego Metro Center rate.  Only a few rooms available at this rate.

Genesee Grande Hotel
1060 East Genesee Street
Syracuse, New York 13210
1.0 mile from training location
This hotel is less than 2 miles from the Metro Center, and is close to Syracuse University.  It's on Connective Corridor Bus line, a free bus line that picks up on the corner near the hotel and will drop of at the Metro Center.  The hotel also has a shuttle that will deliver to the Metro Center.  Ask for government rate.  $97 Syracuse rate, unlimited number of rooms based on availability.