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Please note, in January, May, and September, we do not typically book new clients or schedule calls to speak with new clients. Our company resources during these busy grantwriting months are devoted to our existing clients, who typically work with us for several months leading up to submission.

While many of my clients initially contact me for 1:1 advising for a group of grantees, often after discussion we discover that training or my hybrid training/advising service is a more cost-effective solution, reaching a broader audience at their institutions. Here’s a brief overview of these services.

K/R CLUB

This is one of my most popular training models and, I believe, the optimal model for grantsmanship training for a cohort of grantees actively working on their own K- or R-series application. It combines a day of on-site presentations and a hands-on workshop, followed by virtual 1:1 editing and advising, where grantees have the option of sharing their edited drafts with the group. LEARN MORE

ON SITE

I offer customized, interactive presentations for as many or as few participants as you choose, as half- or as full-day on-site trainings, working solo or in tandem with other groups you bring in. Courses can be offered for CME. I also offer 30-min grantee consults, in half- or full-day options. LEARN MORE

ORGANIZATIONAL SUBSCRIPTION

Administrators enjoy steep savings when they purchase an annual organizational subscription to my full library of virtual self-paced training courses. The subscription provides access for everyone on campus, including students and post-docs. LEARN MORE