SEASIDE - Join Ed Bohart for a Grant Evaluation Workshop May 1 from 1 p.m. to 5 p m. This workshop is targeted for grant writers with current proposals in the development stage, and includes a grant critique and tips on submitting a successful grant application.

A five-to-10-page grant proposal along with granting agency criteria should be submitted with registration by April 15. Cost for this workshop is $99 and includes a light snack in the afternoon.

On May 2, a Grant Summit Workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Learn more about financing projects, stretching budgets and gain techniques to enhance grant writing projects.

Presenters from Ford Family Foundation, Spirit Mountain Community Fund, McKenzie River Gathering, Northwest Natural gas company, Union Bank of California, MJ Murdock, Oregon Children's Foundation, PacifiCorp Foundation for Learning, U.S. Bank, Meyer Memorial and Oregon Community Foundation will be on hand to provide information on grant writing, their granting foundations, and the goals and objectives of their organizations. Cost for this workshop is $59 and includes lunch.

Both workshops will be held at the Best Western Oceanview Resort, 414 North Prom in Seaside. Sponsors for the workshop are Clatsop Community College, Clatsop Community College Foundation, The Office of Community College and Workforce Development and The Office of Professional Technical Education. Call Clatsop Community College at (503) 738-3346 or (503) 338-2480 for registration information. Register early because workshops may fill quickly.

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