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Joy Kolin, our experienced instructor for the cohort course on government grant funding for women, brings over two decades of senior international development project management experience to our program. With a strong academic background in International Relations and proficiency in multiple languages, including English, Hebrew, French, and Arabic, Joy has worked across diverse global environments.
As the founder of Giving Joy, an organization focused on supporting grant seekers and driving impactful projects, Joy’s passion for empowering individuals and organizations aligns perfectly with our cohort course’s mission. Based in Massachusetts, USA, Joy combines her expertise, insights, and practical tips to guide participants through the intricacies of securing government grant funding.
Join us and benefit from Joy’s extensive experience, global perspective, and dedication to helping women succeed in securing government grant funding.
In an attempt to maintain our dedication to charity and supporting businesses in need, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Giving Joy. To learn more about their amazing cause, click the link below.
Yes, there is an application process to ensure that participants are motivated and ready to make the most of the course. The selection will be based on the applicants’ level of readiness and commitment to the program.
This cohort course is designed for women entrepreneurs and non-profit developers who are seeking to secure government grant funding. It is tailored to address the specific challenges and opportunities faced by women in the grant application process.
The course consists of two virtual sessions held one week apart. The first session focuses on comprehensive instruction, while the second session offers a Q&A and a review of the application of the knowledge learned in session one.
The cohort course is led by Joy Kolin, a senior international development project manager with extensive experience in global project design, management, and implementation. Joy has a proven track record of securing millions in grant funding and is passionate about supporting women in their grant-seeking endeavors.
Participants will receive guidance and support from Joy Kolin throughout the cohort course. Additionally, there will be opportunities for group discussions, peer collaboration, and personalized feedback to enhance the learning experience.
Yes, the cohort course offers a supportive community of like-minded women seeking grant funding. Participants will have opportunities to connect, share experiences, and foster collaborations with fellow cohort members.