Writing a Winning Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) Grant Application

This interactive day of learning and working together is just what you need to inspire ideas for your library, learn strategies for developing your LSTA project, and get started on writing a 2016-2017 LSTA grant application.  This session is for public and academic library staff interested in learning how to develop and prepare a strong application for bringing LSTA funds into their library through a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant.  

This workshop will include: 

  • How to be on the same page as your funder;
  • Grant categories available for 2016-2017;
  • Tips and techniques for a successful application;
  • Examples of common mistakes; and
  • Time and assistance to begin writing an application*.

* Participants may want to bring a laptop or tablet to the session.

The State Library of North Carolina manages this federally funded, competitive grant program for eligible North Carolina libraries.  

There is no cost for registration; this session requires a minimum of 10 registrations by October 12th.

Speaker(s)/Presenter(s): 
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Raye Oldham
Federal Programs Consultant
State Library of North Carolina
Session Time Slot(s): 
Time: 
Tue., Oct. 20, 09:30am-Tue., Oct. 20, 04:30pm
Room: 
Tidewater
Allowed Types: 
Session