4 Benefits of Becoming a Federal Grant Reviewer

One of the best ways to improve your grant writing is to become a federal grant reviewer. This and, of course, writing grants.

Grant reviewing is when you put on your critique hat and analyze a variety of grants. This is SO beneficial to understand how federal grants are scored.

A federal grant reviewer is someone (non-federal) who reviews federal grant applications.

Why is this beneficial for you as a grant writer?

#1: Increases your grant writing skills

Becoming a federal grant reviewer will mean that your grant writing skills will blossom. You will review a number of grant applications (on average 10) and will see different styles. You will also know what types of writing get scored higher. 

You may also be inspired to use headers, charts, and more. 

Watch the full interview here!