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2015 Intensive 8-Week Grant Proposal Writing Course

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The Mayor’s Office of Partnerships and Grant Services (OPGS), in partnership with the Magi Group LLC, will offer an Intensive 8-week Grant Proposal Writing Course for nonprofit executive directors, staff, program officers, and board members responsible for fund raising in the District of Columbia. This hands-on course will focus on actually writing an existing competitive grant proposal while integrating some of the basic concepts – e.g.

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