Examples of Institutions that have hosted and are scheduled to host our workshop:
- American University, International Peace & Conflict Resolution
Division - Washington, D.C.
- Baylor University - Waco, Texas
- City University of New York - New York, New York
- James Madison University - Harrisonburg, Virginia
- Johns Hopkins University – Baltimore, Maryland
- San Francisco State University - San Francisco, California
- Texas A & M University – Kingsville, Texas
- SUNY Global Center - New York, New York
- Harvard University - Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston
- Tufts University School of Medicine - Boston, Massachusetts
- University of Texas - MD Anderson Cancer Center - Houston, Texas
- University of Guelph - Guelph, Canada
- University of the Science in Philadelphia – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Winston-Salem State University - Winston Salem, North Carolina
- Kennesaw State University – Kennesaw, Georgia
- Evergreen – Toronto, Ontario
- George Washington University – DC Neighborhood College Center
for Excellence in Public Leadership
Professional Grant Training Workshops:
Creating effective partnerships is one of the major goals of GTC. Thus, we support organizations that wish to host one or more of our workshops. For every ten (10) paid attendees, the host receives one free workshop enrollment. The host can use this enrollment to send an employee or invite representative(s) from other agencies.
Another of the key benefits of hosting a workshop is the assistance an organization is willing to lend to other institutions in their area. This is one way of working effectively with similar organizations in projects and grant proposals that encourage partnerships and community outreach.
We request the following from our hosts:
- A lecture style room for 30 or more persons with a blackboard/whiteboard, flip charts, and ability for all participants to connect to the internet (the latter is not mandatory)
- Publicizing the workshop in their area to institutions that could benefit from this workshop such as nonprofit organizations, government agencies and educational institutions. This is most effective through a personal contact made via a phone call or e-mail encouraging participation
- Parking facilities for participants
We supply the following:
- Inclusion of the name of your institutions in the training materials and future publicity of GTC, an overview of your organization in our national directory, to be included on our website, and a special certificate of appreciation to our hosts encouraging outreach and partnerships within their community
- All materials
- Event planning staff that will assist with registration and the training needs of participants as needed
- Registration of participants, with follow-up information that includes extensive information about the workshop, the resume of the instructor, directions to the workshop, and if needed, hotel information
For more information regarding hosting a workshop, please contact us at our toll free number (866) 704-7268 or click here to contact us via email.