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HSM 270 Assignment- Sections of Grant Proposals & Program Plans

HSM 270 Assignment- Sections of Grant Proposals & Program Plans

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Sections of Grant Proposals & Program Plans 1 April Ross June 12, 2011 HSM/270 Terri Galindo Sections of Grant Proposals & Program Plans
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Sections of Grant Proposals & Program Plans 2 Table of Contents Abstract --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 Table of contents ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 Specific aims/background and significance/needs and problem statement ---------------------- 3 Target populations --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 Approaches and methods ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 Long- and short-term goals ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 Process, outcome, and impact objectives ------------------------------------------------------------- 5 Activity plans and scheduling (time line) ------------------------------------------------------------ 5 Evaluation plan ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5 Agency capacity and project management ----------------------------------------------------------- 6 Budget and budget justifications ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 6 Reference Page ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 7
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Sections of Grant Proposals & Program Plans 3 “A grant proposal for human services is a written presentation of a program plan. This plan details how the applicant will approach the identified needs or problem with their proposed course of actions”. (Yuen & Terao, 2003). Abstract The abstract in a proposal is no different than any other abstract. It is a written outline describing all of the content in the paper. An abstract is one of the first few pages in the proposal. It summarizes what the proposal is for. For scenario two the abstract would point out what the senior center's goals, intentions, and plans are. The abstract could also be considered a first impression so making it clear and concise is critical. Information that is essential to the abstract would be: e Continental Senior Center e Promotes successful aging e Target population: Seniors e Location: Westminster CA Table of contents Just like any other table of contents a proposal is easier to read with an outline of the key topics in a paper. The table of content is also one of the few pages in the front of the proposal. “The table of contents provides the road map for your readers to understand the structure of the applicant proposal and assists them to find the information they want”. (Yuen & Terao, 2003). The proposal for Continental Senior Center would consist of a table of contents pretty close to the one for this paper with a lot more information. All of the material needed for a proposal would be recorded in the order in which the information was compounded.
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