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Writing & Submitting Good Grant Proposals. The BeginningThe Beginning • There are many first things to do in writing a grant proposal. • This is a suggested list of recommendations butThis is a suggested list of recommendations, but ... • Include a narrative to justify the numbers
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Writing a Good Narrative Summary For whatever grant opportunity you wish to apply, read the Program Guidance and complete the Applicant Tutorial for that grant opportunity. Reading the guidelines will give you a good idea of what information is needed to include in your narrative. As a final step, you should print and
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