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What can I do with grant writing?

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Asked by veboggs Friday Mar 13th 2009 in Career Planning
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As blunt as the prior answer to this question is, the author does have it right. Having experience in grant writing can open the doors to a variety of doors, including writing grants in areas, such as:

Non-Profits

Academic Settings

Business Settings

Organizational Needs

Research

And many, many more.

Writing grants are not easy, and can be quit tedious; however, if you are successful you can find work in a number of areas.

For a little extra help follow this link to find a couple of articles that address the grant writing issue - Online Grant Writing Articles.

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Write grants, silly.

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