AUM Grant Research Class Presents Grant to TV Station

 The Humans Services Systems and Grant Resources class had the opportunity to award and present a $500 Grant to Key Vision Program Director Tony Bailey from the  Clark County Chaplaincy, and AOD Counselor; Eric Mata, Producer for the Non-Profit Organization’s Key Vision TV program. Key Vision TV is television programming for Clark County jail inmates aimed at promoting change while providing further tools to reach positive goals during incarceration, and after their release. The grant specifically will be used for the production costs to film episode #11 of a 20 part series titled “Find a New Way to Live”.

The AUM Pay It Forward Grant is given each year as part of the final project from Antioch Midwest’s Human Services Systems and Grant Resources class. The course is a requirement for Undergraduates seeking their BA in Human Services Administration.  The Grant Research Project is a great way for students to learn the hands-on process of grant proposal writing and grant award evaluation before pursuing a career in the Human Services sector.

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