Grant Writing Acronyms

There is almost a completely new language for the grant writer to learn when they first begin grant writing. There is a shorthand of a whole range of acronyms that are frequently used across the grant writing procedure. It helps if the grant writer knows and uses these acronyms as it simplifies the application and
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  • Mar 05, 2022

Employer perspective regarding resumes

As a business owner and potential employer, I used to receive 2-3 unsolicited resumes every week from people seeking employment and each time I advertised a position I would receive 20-30 responses. I always took the time to peruse every resume submitted as I believe in giving the resume writer a fair opportunity to sell
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  • Feb 16, 2022

Identifying and defining your grant funding needs

While it is sometimes tempting for a NFP organisation to randomly apply for any and all grant funding simply because they have become aware of it and let’s face it they can all use a funding injection it is important to actually have completed significant groundwork first and to be clear in what they want
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  • Jan 31, 2022

Compiling a resume that makes it through the crowd

It will come as no surprise to many job seekers that the current job market is ultra-competitive and the sheer numbers of applicants for some positions is overwhelmingly large. So how does one ensure their resume stands out from the crowd in this fast-paced world? Its definitely not through producing a showy, blingy resume.
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  • Jan 11, 2022

Free range approach to grant writing

As a grant writer it can be tempting to try to write the ‘perfect’ grant as soon as you commence the project. Reality is that when grant writing it is often more effective to let creativity flow for the first draft of the application. As you read the grant invitation start writing what comes into
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  • Dec 20, 2021

Writing a resume to wow the employer

When submitting a resume one of the most important facts to keep in mind is that you have 7-10 seconds to grab the attention of the reader before they put it aside for the next applicant. If the resume writer grabs their attention, they will then read the entire resume carefully, looking for confirmation that
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  • Dec 02, 2021

Grant writing – Why now is the time to strike

New grants are being announced every day to help not for profit sporting and community groups and organisation to help with economic and community recovery. Applying for a grant is not an exact science, although there are steps you can take to increase your group or organisation’s chances of receiving funding. Here are some tips
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  • Nov 15, 2021

The RTB Tender Process

Given how exhaustive preparing a tender bid is the tender writer tends to follow a well organised pattern in preparing a bid to ensure maximum potential for success.
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  • Oct 25, 2021

What do we need to write an effective grant proposal?

When the grant writer Sydney is starting to write a grant proposal or several grant submissions for an organisation there is certain information that they need to learn to have a visual picture of the organisation’s vision and needs. Having this knowledge and understanding enables them to correctly match their client with appropriate grants.
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  • Sep 09, 2021

Attention grabbing resumes

We all know the job market is a competitive situation with potentially dozens of people all applying for the same position you are. So how do we grab attention and not in a bad way? How do we stand out from the crowd and gain an interview with our potential employer?
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  • Aug 28, 2021