May 11, 2018

Get a Grip on Grants: From Searching to Spending

Presented by: Ingram Library Services & Library Journal
Event Date & Time: Thursday, March 15th, 2018, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT

Need funds to better serve your community? Feeling overwhelmed by the grant writing process? Don’t know where or how to start?

With a little insight based on real-life experiences from #TheLibraryLife, our panel of experts clarifies the grant preparation and application process, sharing some best practices that are sure to help you win the materials funding you need.

Panelists

  • Jenci Spradlin, Adult Services Librarian, Jackson-Madison County Library
  • Karin Fielder Weaver, Director of Development, FiftyForward
  • Morgan Rose Pershing, Community Library Manager, Los Angeles County Public Library – Avalon Branch

Moderator

  • Beth Reinker, Manager, Collection Development Adult Materials, Ingram Content Group

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Comments

  1. I want to attend the 12 – 1 event but there was not an option to choose.

    • Rebecca Jozwiak says:

      The webinar will be live from 3:00-4:00 pm ET. If you are unable to attend at that time, you will receive an email the following day with a link to the on demand version.

  2. Maritza Christensen says:

    How do I get the CE Certificate? The page closed before I could get to it.

    • Rebecca Jozwiak says:

      You can visit the on demand recording to access the resources folder and download the certificate.

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