The following are more questions that any good grant writer worth their weight in Post-It notes will HATE to be asked in an interview — and will respect you for it if you do ask them.
Describe the style and function of an effective abstract.
What to you are the essential elements and an effective structure of a Letter of Inquiry (LOI)?
If we asked you to participate in the recruitment and hiring of an Evaluation Coordinator for this project, what questions would you ask him or her?
How do you go about researching a subject and how do you include those findings in the design and writing of the proposal?
Tell us about your most recent proposal that WAS NOT funded and why?
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