Time & Location
Hyatt Place Anchorage-Midtown
101 E Tudor Rd, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA
About the Event
AAHA will host a three (3) day training on Grant Writing for Tribal Housing Programs and Tribally Designated Housing Entities. Attendees will learn how to research project grant opportunities (through HUD, USDA, DOE, BIA and other funders), how to demonstrate compliance with federal regulations and how to create a proposal work flow. They will be guided through the process of crafting a comprehensive project narrative. Attendees will also learn to prepare an abstract and key proposal attachments like budget forms, narratives and professional ethics statements. The training will focus on Alaska-based case studies that reflect best practices for finding and leveraging funds to finance and complete projects. Concepts will be presented in a general manner that allows for varying levels of education and experience. Attendees will receive copies of all training materials—a grant writing tool box to share with their organization and enable grant writing success.
Rob Jordan is Co-Owner of Dare to Know LLC., a built environment consulting firm. Rob has more than a decade of experience providing clear, concise, and cogent solutions for housing entities, non-governmental organizations, and executives. He developed the curriculums for the High Quality Standards, Uniform Physical Condition Standards, Grant Writing, QuickBooks Intermediate/Advanced trainings, and organized the Developing Alaska's Sustainable Housing (DASH) 2012 conference for the Association of Alaska Housing Authorities (AAHA). Rob holds an MA and BA from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He has served as an Executive Director, President, CEO, Program Manager, Grants Administrator, and Data Manager during his career.
Who should attend?
Administrative, Program and Executive Staff working with Alaska Tribal Housing Programs or Tribally Designated Housing Entities.
Questions or to Register by phone, please call Cynthia Gurisko at (907)330-8397 or email at