Writing Nursing Grants

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Writing nursing grants requires researching the qualifications for the grant, being very concise and making sure the grant proposal is well written. Include a section in a nursing grant that has letters of recommendation with advice from a financial aid officer in this free video on grant writing.

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Hi, my name is Brooke Kramer, and I am a financial aid officer with Argosy University and today we're going to talk about writing a nursing grant. And first you're going to want to really research the requirements for the grant for which you are applying for. Many grant scholarships are very specific about the person they are looking for to give the grant to. If you're not whether or not you qualify for the grant then either give them a call or write a letter requesting more information. Next you want to be very concise and to the point in your grant application. You want to make sure it's very well written and also meets all of the points at which the grant requires you make. I also recommend that you provide an additional information sections where you can place any letters of recommendation as well as include information about community service or leadership that you have been recognized for in the past. If you have any other questions regarding this please visit our website at www.argosy.edu.


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