First, a little background. The Institute For Global Transformation created a global network for Change-Makers and Transformational Conversations designed to mindfully and creatively explore self, our global challenges and the exciting possibilities for building a better world in the 21st Century.
As Change-Makers, we are pioneers in a new mainstream, millions strong, that now exists worldwide.
Dianne Collins refers to this new group as the Consciousness Crowd. She says: "Millions of people the world over are part of The New Mainstream. It is defined neither by generation, by politico credo, nor by religious creed. The New Mainstream is defined by recognition that we are in a time of awakening to a new mindset, an expanded worldview and yes, a higher-level consciousness for humanity. The New Mainstream is defined by a cosmic pulse of awakening."
This vast group shares a sense of the connectedness of all things. They see themselves as bridge builders. They have deep concerns regarding the environment, economics, social issues, and relationships between people, communities and nations. As a result, they view the world through a radically different lens - a way of seeing that steps out of right and wrong and black and white thinking.
If you consider yourself a Change-Makers, we invite you to become part of our team and help us transform the world. Before responding, please be sure to go to our website at www.ifgt.org and read through our articles, philosophy page etc. to be sure you are in alignment with our philosophy, vision and mission.
We have an opening for a Grant Writer, Researcher and Proposal Editor
The Institute For Global Transformation's mission is a world working together to utilize the power, love and wisdom of higher consciousness to benefit humanity and the planet. We have distinctly different programs that help us achieve our mission. We are looking for a Grant writer who is able to use her/his skills to help us secure funding for our diverse programs.
Requirements: Experience with grant writing, detail oriented, good communication skills, flexible attitude and a team player.
Nonprofit Grant Writer Job Duties
Ability to research funders from within our data base and knowledge of how to prepare a LOI. A desire to familiarize yourself with the Institute For Global Transformation’s programs, goals and needs. Keep careful records and, if a grant-making organization requests additional information, apply your skills to supply the missing items.
We're putting together a tean that will consist of the following.
- Grant Writer: takes all of the information and turns it into a compelling request for support.
- Researcher: helps build the case for support of your statement of need. We want this person to be somewhat analytical and able to make connections between facts and figures.
- Copyeditor: reviews the entire proposal before it is submitted, making sure it is grammatically clean.
- Proposal coordinator: reviews all of the grant guidelines and assembles the final package.
A background in grant writing.
- Grant Writing / Research
- Program Management
- Basic Computer Skills
- Internet Research
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 20
- 3 to 4 hours per week
- strategic thinker, good writing skills, team player, researcher