Project Planning and Development Training:
October 23, 2018 - October 25, 2018
Join Us in Choctaw!
Please note: Early registration is recommended as trainings are subject to cancellation due to low enrollment. Please do not make travel arrangements until the training event has been officially confirmed. Although this training is free, attendees are responsible for all of their own travel and per diem costs.
Staff from the Eastern Region Training and Technical Assistance Center are hosting a Project Planning and Development (PPD) training session in Choctaw, Mississippi. The training venue is TBD and will be announced here shortly. Registrants will receive an email when the venue has been confirmed, along with details on reserving hotel accommodations.
In this 3-day training, participants will learn how to:
1.) Work with community and key partners to identify and document specific community problems that stand in the way of meeting community goals;
2.) Create a project work plan to address those problems and attain community goals;
3.) Develop measurable outcomes and impacts to the community; and
4.) Determine the level of resources and funding needed to implement the project.
Note: Participation in these training sessions are limited to individuals who are employed by or are governing officials of tribal governments and Native nonprofit organizations serving American Indians, Native Hawaiians, Alaskan Natives, and Native American Pacific Islanders. Independent grant writers must fax or email a signed letter from the Tribe or Native Organization they will be writing a grant for prior to the training in order to attend. Please fax the letter to (240) 780-3259 or email a scanned copy to Ann Hull at email@example.com.