Our team of grant writers and researchers will help you locate and apply for competitive grants to meet your program goals. Whether you need a full-service grant writer or just assistance with specific tasks, we can help you through the grant writing process. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) grants are our specialty. Our team of grant writers has written over 10 million dollars worth of grants for school districts, BOCES, colleges, universities, and non-profit clients over the past 10 years. We have written successful grants for the National Science Foundation, the US Environmental Protection Agency, the US Department of Education, the US Department of Agriculture, New York State Department of Education, and numerous private foundations. If your organization is short on funds, or unsure of where to start in applying for grants, we can help you search for funders who meet your program needs. Ask us about our low-cost introductory grant research package.
With the increasing number of grants in New York State requiring Minority and/or Women-owned Business Enterprise vendors, we can help you and your vendors navigate the grant writing paperwork needed to meet this requirement. We are happy to provide references from satisfied clients upon request.
Our multidisciplinary team possesses both qualitative and quantitative expertise as well as facilitation and problem-solving skills. Our clients include universities and urban, suburban, and rural school districts. We have done project evaluations for state and federal agencies including the US Department of Education, the National Science Foundation, and the New York State Education Department. Our team of project evaluators includes experts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), education, psychology, and statistics.
As external project evaluators we can provide an objective view of your program to help you optimize program implementation and results. Programs with external project evaluators have more credibility for funding partners, stake holders, and reviewers. What makes Brockport Research Institute different is the leadership skills we bring to your project evaluation. We pride ourselves on our ability to effectively facilitate collaboration and creative problem solving between all stakeholders. As a member of your program leadership team, we can help your team work together to achieve a positive outcome. We are happy to provide references from satisfied clients upon request.
We offer a broad range of professional development topics including leadership and strategic planning for educational leaders, grant writing, program evaluations, Next Generation Science and Common Core Math Standards, STEAM learning, project/problem-based learning, 21st century skills, Cognitive Coaching®, Adaptive Schools®, cultural competency and Engineering across the Curriculum.
In addition, our extensive network of experienced educators has a range of content expertise that enables us to provide quality customized professional learning opportunities that will meet your needs.
Our professional development meets national standards for professional learning that lead to effective teaching practices, supportive leadership, and improved results. Contact BRI to learn how our customized learning solutions can help your organization meet its professional learning goals.
Project Management is the key to meeting specific objectives whether you’re a non-profit, business, or school district. Project management is the application of processes, methods, knowledge, skills, and experience to get the job done. Our experienced team can provide you with a range of project management services from Executive Coaching for educational leaders, meeting facilitation, and goal setting to full oversight and project directing. Not only can BRI assist you in obtaining grant funding but once awarded, we can help you meet the contract and reporting requirements of the grant. We are experienced in working with state and local agencies, private foundations, as well as vendors. Our experience with minority/women-owned business enterprise (M/WBE) requirements can help grant recipients and sub-contractors navigate the complexities of meeting the stringent M/WBE regulations.