Resource Development

The Resource Development Office is the centralized clearinghouse and source of support for grant activity throughout the Holyoke Community College campus.

About our Office

The Resource Development Office exists to:

  • Support the mission and vision of Holyoke Community College through the creation of innovative projects and partnerships that are funded by external grant-funding agencies.
  • Write and process proposals for the college and HCC Foundation.
  • Coordinate and support grant writing efforts initiated by faculty and staff.
  • Identify grant opportunities.
  • Track grant activity and regularly report to the President and Vice Presidents.
  • Coordinate partnership proposals with other higher education institutions, school districts, community-based organizations, and other entities.
  • Track reporting requirements and provide support as necessary.
  • Ensure quality and prevent misrepresentation to funders.
  • Act as the Authorized Organizational Representative (AOR) for all online submissions of grants through Grants.gov and other web-based portals.
  • Communicate professional development opportunities for faculty and staff offered by grant-funding agencies.
In the Works...
  • Links to external resources and funding agencies
  • Announcement s of professional development opportunities
  • Descriptions of grant-funded projects at HCC
  • Annual report of Resource Development activity
Hours & Location

Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

The Resource Development Office is located in Kittredge Center 201.

Amy Dopp

Interim VP Institutional Development

Institutional Development

Donahue 170

413.552.2313 (Tel)