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Grantseeker Workshop in Corona, Riverside County

California Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) invite you to attend a free information session about current funding opportunities from NEH program staff and California Humanities in Corona on Monday, July 16th from 1:30pm – 3:30pm hosted by Home Gardens Library, at 3785 Neece Street.

California Humanities Program staff will give an overview of their current grant programs: Humanities for All grants (Quick Grants and Project Grants) and the California Documentary Project grants.

Dr. Carol Peters, head of the Education Programs Division at the NEH will be providing information about agency-wide funding opportunities in the areas of education programming; humanities research grants for institutions and individuals; preservation and access of collections and cultural resources; public programming; digital humanities; and capacity and infrastructure building through challenge grants.

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with other colleagues and get answers about questions and feedback about potential project ideas.

Please bring a brown bag lunch if you wish; beverages and snacks will be provided. Please note that there is limited free onsite parking at the library, additional street parking is also available.

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