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CARD is the acronym for the Center for Academic Resource Development. CARD falls under the jurisdiction of the Office of Academic Affairs.
Why Seek Grants?
Ø offer you the resources to pursue scholarly interests that may strengthen your professional career.
Ø provide you with opportunities to work with other professionals in your field and enhance your professional reputation.
Ø provide you with an important supplemental activity to teaching, and in so doing, may enrich and energize your teaching.
Ø help you to maintain vitality in your field, or to apply your knowledge and skills in new and different ways.
Why Should I Seek Grants Through CARD?
Ø CARD has received award winning grants and recognition.
Ø CARD can provide you with individual attention from top proposal writers.
Ø CARD has NSF FASTLANE capability.
Ø CARD has a forum for recognition among your peers.
Ø CARD can provide funding support for specific programs.
Ø CARD has support staff knowledgeable in the logistics of workshops, conferences, meetings and special events.
Ø CARD can provide you with the opportunity to work with others in your field.
How Can I Learn More About Grants?
Ø View different agencies, i.e. National Science Foundation, Department of Education web sites, newsletters, publications to find funding sources.
Ø Visit the CARD Office, meet with the staff, and make an appointment to discuss your ideas with one of the center directors.
Ø If your ideas involve private-sector support (private or corporate foundations), stop by the College Development Office on the 3rd floor of Accokeek Hall.
Where Can I Find Help?
Ø CARD is located at Prince George's Community College, Chesapeake Hall, Room 108, 301 Largo Road, Largo, MD 20774.