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It is never too early to start your memoir.  By reminiscing out loud in class, answering provocative and probing questions, participating in group conversations to be recorded, and completing assignments each week, students will begin the process of organizing and presenting their life stories in writing.  At the end of the eight-week course, students will have the start of a full memoir.  Students from prior classes are welcome as we will be exploring new questions.  

Schedule : Weekly - Tue 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM; 8 sessions; starting 4/10/2018, ending 5/29/2018

Tuition: $240.00

Location : Hitchcock Presbyterian Church Location : 
  Hitchcock Presbyterian Church.

Instructor : Nancy Kessler 



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Learn the ins and outs of grant writing!  Find out where to look for money and how to request what you need.  Explore the different parts of a grant from the initial letter of inquiry to reporting grant results.  Topics to be covered include: prospect research; organization needs; proposal descriptions; identifying problems/needs to be addressed; goals and outcomes; and budgets.  Whether you need help with honing your organization’s mission statement or need to refresh your writing, this course will help you become a better grant writer with clear, concise messaging and strong, persuasive writing.  Good grant writing requires not only skill in prose but also a fundamental understanding of the nonprofit world and certain techniques of writing a solid proposal.  You will leave the course with sample writing statements for your organization and sample budgets.  

Schedule : Weekly - Wed 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 4/18/2018, ending 4/25/2018

Tuition: $50.00

Location : Scarsdale High School Location : 
  Scarsdale High School.

Instructor : Sarah Miller Desimini 

Call 914-723-2325 to register


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