AT&T Web-Based Seminar Designed to Help Local Governments Pursue Federal Grants
Industry Professional to Share Insights and Strategies for Locating Funding Opportunities, Making Grant Proposals Competitive
San Antonio, Texas.-So that local governments have access to the funding necessary to improve the communities they serve, AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) has announced a free one-hour online seminar highlighting grant and federal funding opportunities for local governments.
Part of an ongoing series of instructional Web-based seminars and training courses available on the AT&T state and local government Web portal, www.att.com/stateandlocal, the March 19 webinar — “Getting More From Grants for Local Government” — will be held from 1 to 2 p.m. eastern time.
The AT&T webinar will be presented by Michael Paddock, chief executive officer at Grants Office — a grant information and service provider. Paddock will discuss how to find the best funding opportunities for community projects and provide tips on how to make grant proposals more competitive. Participants can register for the event at www.att.com/stateandlocal.
“A lot of communities are missing out on their share of more than $400 billion granted each year by the federal government,” said Donna Scott, executive director of Marketing Management with AT&T. “This webinar will give local governments the tools they need to locate specific funding opportunities and pursue them with quick, effective grant proposals.”
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