1. Unless otherwise scheduled, site visits should be limited to
no more than one (1) hour.
2. If parking is an issue, we would appreciate a parking space
for one car, not necessarily
at the front door but just so that we do not have to spend
time searching for a space.
3. Although the gesture is appreciated,
there is no need for coffee, donuts or muffins.
4. To limit incoming paper, our representatives only need one copy of any handouts, as
all materials received are circulated
throughout the Champlin office.
5. Champlin representatives are unable
to accept meals or even the smallest of token gifts.
6. At the time of the visit, the number
of people involved in the site visit should be as limited
Participation should be limited
to those who are directly involved with the
application and are therefore best
equipped to answer our questions.
7. Keep the
focus on your present application. This
is especially true if we have visited before
and are familiar with your
organization. There is no need for a
general tour unless time permits
and/or one is requested.
8. The fact that a site visit is undertaken should not be
construed as either a positive or
negative as it pertains to your application. The site visit is merely a process of
information to be used when decisions are made at the end of
this years grant cycle.