October 9, 2014
Professor Melvin Green
There are many steps to writing a grant proposal and it’s has to be written very well with all the grammar and spelling done correctly. You have to have a Request for Proposal this is a notice to the public will be generally be distributed and applicant agencies usually have 6 to 8 weeks to respond to the request for proposal. Then you have the Abstract which is the summary and its 45 single space lines. Table of Content which is the road map for the reader to understand the structure of the applicant proposal. Specific Aims/background and significance this is the present the rational and basis for the development. Needs and Problem Statement this is where they show the urgency of the problem. Target Population is where they are target the population that needs the most help. Approaches and Method is kind of like the elder lady would say where’s the beef. Long- and short-term goals can be anything form the vision to mission, goals, objectives, and the activities is term that proposal writers program. Process, outcome, and impact objectives this is where they will show the objectives and the outcome of the proposal. Activities plans and scheduling which is the same as the timeline for everything taking place. Evaluation plan. This is where they assesses the achievement of a specific program. Agency Capacity and Project Management this is the creditability of the agency which is the same as with us in trying to get a credit card. Budget and budget Justifications this is where they are going to try to get the funding besides the grants. The purpose of a grant proposal is so that the human service can get the grant needed to help the community. The grant proposal and program plan help each other and as close to being the same.
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