Mon. May 16th, 2022

“In a knowledge driven economy, the continuous updating of skills and the development of lifelong learning will make the difference between success and failure, and between competitiveness and decline.” – David Blunkett

Lifelong Investment

Earning a good education is a lifelong investment. This could mean wide range of career opportunities, and job options. However, not everyone has the privilege to continue studies at colleges and universities due to financial constraints. It is the foremost reason that impedes a person to pursue a good education. For this reason, grant for education has been established and has become available to provide assistance for underprivileged individuals in their pursuit of having equal opportunity in obtaining good education.

A World of Opportunities

Learning is more than the basics of reading and writing. It signifies important and practical knowledge that can be applied in different expertise and profession. Those important practices that can be gained at school include discipline, hard work, and perseverance. These characteristics are deemed important to help individuals succeed in the corporate world. Thus, the importance of education should not be overlooked. In fact, a research explains the relevance of education to employment, as well as the significance of furthering education. The research shows that a graduate of bachelor’s degree is unemployed at 6.1 percent as compared with associate graduates, which the statistics shows, has 8.8 percent unemployment rate. Additionally, it is a fact that education helps us further understand the changing needs of our community.

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Getting ready with your application

Applying a grant for education is an overwhelming task. There can be a hundred hopefuls for a single grant award. Therefore, writing an excellent proposal will give you an edge of catching a potential funder who will consider your aim of going back to school or furthering education. Here are some helpful tips in writing a proposal that will surely win a funder’s heart:

· Identify and prepare for the funder’s set of requirements

· Gather enough grant writing information

· Determine the goals of your proposal

· Clearly state the importance of attaining a good education

· Lay out action plans

· Describe your qualifications for the grant

· Present a detailed budget plan

· Provide related articles that can help justify your grant request

· Attach a cover letter and letter of intent

· Seek advice from experts (i.e. grant writers)

· Proofread your document

· Call the organizations for inquiries and clarifications

· Submit the proposal on time

By rahul