There are 5 steps that you have to follow for writing a good proposal.
Step 1: Agree on the problem.
Step 2: Describe how to achieve.
Step 3: Design your plan.
Step 4: Locate funding sources.
Step 5: Write your proposal.
The following sources of information may be useful when preparing grant proposals:
A grant is a sum of money given by an organization, especially a government, state or college, for a particular purpose. You don't need to pay back a grant (unless you default on your contract). Many grants are based on need, that is, they are based on your or your family's financial circumstances. For grants that are not a part of federal aid, there is an application process, including the outline of how the money will be used and why it is needed.
Florida Tech faculty, research scientists, graduate students, and postdocs who are members of the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association eligible to receive funding.DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals.Also, Florida Tech University will provide funds for article-processing fees accrued when publishing in peer-reviewed OA journals that are Listed in the Directory of Open Access Journal. Please find more information at http://lib.fit.edu/services/openaccessfund.php.
Florida Tech doctoral students and faculty are exploring innovative solutions to the world’s most challenging issues. Now, you can pursue your research, with a Ph.D. scholarship, from a national research university—home to over 34 research institutes and centers, world-renowned faculty and high-tech labs.
Ph.D. scholarships are renewed each semester for students who maintain a GPA of 3.2 or higher and faculty approved wages funding. For more information please visit http://web2.fit.edu/gsa/phd-scholarships.php/.
Students can search the site for opportunities they can apply to directly, such as research internships and fellowships. Likewise, universities can search the site for federal funding opportunities to set up innovative training programs for graduate students. Please visit https://stemgradstudents.science.gov/ for more information