NJCH will host 6 free grant workshops in 2019. Each one will take place on the third Thursday of every other month from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Locations will rotate around the state.
For more information and registration, please visit the NJCH website or the events section of the NJCH Facebook page.
Topic: Action Grants
Action Grants support the implementation, continuation, and expansion of projects. Whether you are ready to do something new or sticking with a successful model, this workshop will get you ready to submit a competitive proposal for your program.
To be hosted on January 17 at the Newark Public Library
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Topic: Arts & Humanities
This workshop will help you understand the similarities and differences between the arts and the humanities and explore effective partnerships that have led to rich and nuanced programs for both types of organizations.
To be hosted on March 21 in Central Jersey
Topic: Incubation Grants
Whether you are planning a new program or reimagining an existing one, Incubation Grants help you plan and develop programs. This workshop will help you understand the ins and outs of an Incubation Grant application…including why knowing exactly what you want to do is not going to benefit your proposal.
To be hosted on May 16 in South Jersey
Topic: Building Programs With and For Your Audience
The best programs are built with the needs and interests of your audience in mind. Learn about strategies for involving your community at every stage of your project, from development to implementation.
To be hosted on July 18 in North Jersey
Topic: Effective Program Evaluation
How do you know if a program is successful? This workshop will help you consider how to build evaluation into your programs, from setting the program goals and evaluation metrics to gathering data and analyzing what it means.
To be hosted on September 19 in Central Jersey
Topic: Planning for 2020: Applying for a NJCH Grant
Grant applications are always competitive, and NJCH is no exception. This workshop will help you learn more about the mission of NJCH and public humanities programming. An overview of the Incubation and Action Grant program will also be provided.
To be hosted on November 21 in South Jersey