2012-13 Catalog

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Offering Description

Strategies for Cultural and Heritage Resource Funding

Spring 2013 quarter

Tina Kuckkahn fund development, arts administration, Indigenous arts and cultures

This course will provide an overview of fund development strategies for cultural and heritage resources.  Content will include how to research and make application to a diverse array of funding sources, including federal, state, tribal, and private funding sources.  The course will also explore key elements to building collaborative partnerships and financial accountability to funding sources.  Although course content will not be limited to work in the non-profit sector, the course will include aspects of non-profit development that can apply across a wide spectrum of public service work. Students will draft a case statement, letter of inquiry, and grant application for a fictitious or real-life project.         

Advertised Schedule
May 3-5, 5-9p Fri, 9a-5p Sat/Sun
Online Learning
Enhanced Online Learning
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Offered During
Evening and Weekend