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Program Planning And Grant Proposal Writing In Hum Serv

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This course provides practical knowledge in program planning, grant proposal writing, and program evaluation. Students will examine the planning process from conceptualization to implementation and evaluation. Also discussed is how to locate private and public funding for human service programs and agencies.

This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 9 weeks

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    Developing the Proposal Idea

    • Explain the importance of the agency's mission when developing the proposal idea.
    • Identify components of a logic mode.

    Needs Assessment

    • Summarize the steps for designing a needs assessment.
    • Write a needs and problem statement for a selected program.

    Goals and Objectives

    • Demonstrate skill in writing clear goals and objectives.
    • Discuss the connection between goals and objectives and client needs.

    Developing Methods

    • Demonstrate skills in the methods used to reach the grant's proposal and objectives.
    • Discuss the difference between goals and objectives and program methods.

    Evaluation

    • Identify the benefits of program evaluation.
    • Apply evaluation criteria.

    Budget and Sustainability

    • Identify key elements of a budget.
    • Explain the importance of sustainability when developing grant proposals.

    Evaluation of Proposal Design

    • Apply evaluation criteria.
    • Evaluate sample proposals according to established criteria.

    Aligning Organization Mission, Programs, and Funding

    • Summarize the assessment, program planning, funding, and implementation of a selected program.
    • Demonstrate your understanding and application of the basic components of a grant proposal.

    Understanding the Development of the Grant Idea

    • Present an overview of the grant proposal writing process.
    • Explain the principles of a needs statement.
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