Community Organizer

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Community Organizer
ROLES OF A COMMUNITY ORGANIZER
An organizer, while at the community, plays various roles, depending on what the situation calls for. Below are the four basic roles they portray, at one time or another: A FACILITATOR
* Facilitates the community process through listening and questioning and by giving continuous encouragement and support to the local strivings AN ANIMATOR
* Stimulates the people to think critically when identifying problems and finding new solutions. AN ENABLER
* Consistently directed at freeing the community (through key persons like leaders) to realize their strengths and potentials in cooperative work. A CATALYST
* Hastens the process of transformation/change.
IDEAL PERSONAL QUALITIES OF A COMMUNITY ORGANIZER  
* INTEGRITY
* CREATIVITY
* COURAGE
* FLEXIBILITY
* OBJECTIVITY
* SELF-DISCIPLINE
* TACT
* SENSITIVITY
* HONESTY
* ADAPTABILITY
* IMAGINATION
* SENSE OF HUMOR
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Project Proposal Outline
PROPOSAL OUTLINE:
—  A. Project Title
  B. Proponents
—  C. Objectives
—  D. Project Overview
—  E. Importance of the Project
—  F. Community Profile
—  G. Materials
—  H. Methodology 
—  I. Budgetary 
—  J. Project Implementation
—  K. Appendices
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Project Title
Project Title
The title should be clear and unambiguous (do not make it "cute"). The words you use in your title should clearly reflect the focus of your proposal. The most important words should come first, then the less important words. Try to remove words from your title that really are not necessary for understanding. Try and use only a single sentence for your title. If the sentence is getting too long try removing some words. When all else fails try using a two part title with the parts separated by a colon (use only as a last resort!). Do not attempt to use the title as an abstract of your entire proposal. Examples:

Title #1 - The Systematic Development of a Local Initiative to Create a Learning Center for Community Education

Title #2 - A Local Learning Center for Community Education
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Proponents
Proponents refer to the people who put forward a proposition or proposal When writing the proponents in your proposal, please indicate the names of the members of the group, your course, your school and its location. Include specific information on the population or clientele that your project is focused on. Example:

Proponents:
There are two different clientele groups for this project:
The first, and primary, clientele are the mothers of young children who live in Barangay Ganda. This clientele group is represented in the project objectives for Goal #1. The second clientele group are the BS Computer Science students of AMACC Cagayan de Oro who will participate in the project as volunteers. These students are the following: 1. Jastine Earl Sabidor

2. Evan Joyce Cayetuna
3. Nicole Rapatan
4. Hazel Laparap
5. Diane Bautista
6. Carlo Adalid
7. Mie Amor Porferio
8. Keith Jasper Durana
9. Kevin Roa
10. Richard John Paculanan
11. Alnor Umpa
12. Jalaloding Umpa
The above clientele group is represented in the project objectives for Goal #2. Both clientele groups are important and essential components of this project. It is expected that significant learning will take place for both clientele groups. -------------------------------------------------

Objectives
Project Objectives should be SMART:
Specific
Measurable
Achievable
Relevant
Time-bound.
Project objectives are the specific objectives for which the project works to achieve them within a stipulated time. They should be specific: the more specific it is the better to design activities, indicators and the analysis.

Tips:
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