If you’re thinking about applying for a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, this might be the perfect workshop for you!
NJCH is hosting a two hour workshop on Tuesday, February 27th from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Monroe Township Public Library. Click here to register for the workshop.
During the first hour, Director of Grants & Programs Gigi Naglak will provide an overview of the Incubation and Action Grant Program as well as the application process. Answers to questions like What qualifies as humanities content?, How do I find the right humanities scholar?, and Why is audience so important in my application? will be explored.
In the second hour, participants will discuss their potential projects in small groups and receive and provide feedback about planning for public humanities programming. This type of informal collaboration will be useful, as fresh perspective in a supported setting can help to clarify project purpose, audience, and process. Discussion will align with the NJCH grant applications so that everyone participating in the workshop will be one step closer to being ready to apply.
All participants should review the Grants section of our website prior to the workshop and prepare notes or an outline about their potential humanities project.
Questions? Contact Gigi Naglak, Director of Grants & Programs for more information.