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It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for. The time is right, hints have been dropped, and you can just hear those magic words: “I do!”
Everybody loves a good proposal, but instead of spending two months’ salary on a ring, why not earn money instead? On Wednesday night, Moira White and Chris Lendrum will provide expert advice on proposal writing and submission so that you, too, will know just what to say when the agency of your choice pops the question.
On March 19, join the Editors’ Association of Canada for Speaker Night: The Proposal. You’ll have a unique opportunity to learn about the following:
– Crucial strategies for differentiating yourself from other applicants
– Selling your skills like a pro
– Mastering the technical requirements of completing a proposal/RFP
– Writing a high-quality executive summary
– Managing the multi-step application process
– Techniques to exceed the expectations of your audience
This and much more will be available to you, so don’t miss this wonderful opportunity. We welcome your questions and look forward to seeing you there!
Here’s some information about our March speakers:
Moira White specializes in writing, editing and plain language editing for government and corporate clients. She also teaches numerous writing, editing and proofreading courses across the country. She has travelled across Canada with government agencies and public consultations writing, editing, and producing reports. She has a Master’s degree in Social Policy. Moira is the Director of Professional Standards for the Editors’ Association of Canada and was President 2007–2009.
Chris Lendrum is a freelance editor and writer who also works as a part-time professor in the English Department of the University of Ottawa. He started his editorial career in 2008 while lost in the doldrums of his PhD, specializing in academic and health-related editing. Clients include Health Canada, UNAIDS, Muscular Dystrophy Canada, and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Coffee, tea and cookies will be served.
Date: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Capital Hill Hotel & Suites, 88 Albert St.
Cost: Free for EAC members; $10 for non-members