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ERIC Number: ED060834
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Jul
Pages: 21
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External Funding: Federal and Private.
Sharron, W. Harvey
This paper, designed as a guideline for administrators, considers the relationships between local community colleges and external funding sources, both governmental and private. Descriptive examples of how to obtain funds from such agencies are given as well as working outlines for preparing the requisite grant applications. To clarify the matter of federal funding, a brief history and description of its role in education is given along with suggestions for forming joint projects with other local governmental bodies to pursue funding outside the normal purview of education; examples of such successful consortia are described. Other sections of the paper focus on: (1) tips on federal and private proposal writing and suggested data to be included in them; (2) detailed descriptive information about private funding sources including a list of appropriate foundations, their general grant proposal requirements, and procedures for establishing liaison with them; and (3) a plan for establishing a local endowment corporation. (AL)
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Note: Speech presented to the Sixth Annual Conference for Community College Presidents held at Charlotte, North Carolina and sponsored by the Univ. of North Carolina, Charlotte, and the State Board of Education, July 25-28, 1971