Free workshop on applying for ANA grant


The Administration for Native Americans, through its Pacific Region Training and Technical Assistance provider in Hawaii, Ka’anani’au, is once again offering a free workshop to help participants understand the ins and outs of exactly what ANA reviewers will be looking for as they review grant applications.

The two-day workshop will be conducted at Northern Marianas College, Room D-1, on Feb. 22, from 9am to 4pm, and on Feb. 23, 2017, from 10am to 5pm.

Residents of Rota and Tinian can participate by attending the video teleconference sessions at the NMC Rota and Tinian campuses on the same dates and time.

In these training sessions, participants will learn how to build a strong grant application, go over ANA’s grant scoring criteria, and review submission requirements from the latest funding opportunity announcement.

Several changes have been made to ANA’S scoring criteria and program areas so make sure you attend to learn the latest developments in time to complete an application by the expected April 2017 grant submission deadline.

Although you may come as a walk-in on the first day, to prepare enough materials, participants on all three islands are encouraged to register on-line at For more information, write to Napua Harbottle at

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