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Steps to Writing a Grant Proposal Assignment Expectations

DUE DATE: Sunday, before 11:59 pm MT

1.  Re-read your chosen program scenario provided in Appendix B. Remember to select either PEACE or Continental.


2.  Devise a specific new program you would want to plan and implement at this agency to meet the needs of the target population. This is your chance to be creative. If you were the director of this agency, what target population need is not currently being met? What new program could you implement to respond to this need? This is the new program idea that you will work with through the remainder of the course. Be sure you give your new program a name and explain what it will do and how it will be done. Think small and specific – for instance, PEACE clients need counseling and housing, but that is quite a large project. Instead, think of one small program you could develop and implement. Entitle this section “New Program Idea.”


3.  Explain the program planning/grant writing process (not the sections of a grant – that will be discussed below) from beginning to end both in general and explaining how it would be accomplished at your chosen scenario agency for the program you have envisioned above.  The process involves explaining what the /program planner grant writer would DO or THINK when developing and writing a proposal. Entitle this section “Planning Process.”


4.  Summarize and briefly explain the major sections you would include when writing a grant proposal for your chosen scenario agency, relating your discussion to the specific new program you are seeking to develop. “Entitle this section “Sections of a Grant Proposal.”


5.  Create a needs and problem statement for your new program. Be sure that you specifically state this needs and problem statement in a clearly identified, labeled section of your paper. Suggestion: Use the formula discussed on page 24 in your text as a basis for your discussion. Entitle this section “Needs & Problem Statement.”


Follow the writing format of:


1.  In your introduction, tell the reader what you plan to cover in your paper. Entitle this section “Introduction.”


2.  In the body of your written assignment, respond to each component of the assignment clearly and concisely.


3.  In your summary, tell the reader what you covered in your paper. Entitle this section “Conclusion.”


4.  Be sure you use quotations and reference other authors’ ideas to support your responses and help define concepts. No more than 10-15% of your paper, however, should be from others’ work.


Write a 1,500 to 2,000 word paper that addresses the above elements and responds to each point in the rubric below. Any ideas or quotes derived from the text or Appendix must be correctly cited and referenced per APA guidelines. Use correct APA formatting for a college-level paper, including title page and appropriate headings.


Use The Center for Writing Excellence Grammarly program and your computer’s Spellchecker to evaluate your writing. Make appropriate corrections to your grammar, spelling and mechanics before submitting your response to your instructor.


Use The Center for Writing Excellence Plagiarism Checker program to evaluate your writing and make certain that all of your work is cited and referenced using correct APA style.


This assignment, 100 possible points, will be graded on:


Length meets requirement

10 pts

Mechanics – typing, punctuation,   capitalization, grammar and spelling are correct; evidence that Grammarly and   Spellchecker were used.

20 pts

APA – The paper follows APA formatting   guidelines, including title page, and reference page. Tables and appendixes   are laid out with effective use of headings, font styles and white spaces.   Page numbers, double spacing and section headings are used effectively.

5 pts

APA – The paper follows APA citation   guidelines of original works within the body of the paper and provides   complete references at the end of the work. At least two references are used   beyond the text and Appendix, but cited work encompasses no more than 10% of   your paper.

10 pts

Readability & Style – Appropriate   tone used, sentences are clear, concise, complete and well constructed.   Sentence and paragraph transitions present logically ordered thoughts and   flow throughout the paper. An introduction is provided to give sufficient   background on the topic and previews of major points and a conclusion is   logical and reviews major points. Content is comprehensive, accurate and   persuasive. Paper develops a central theme or idea and links theory to   relevant examples and uses the vocabulary of the theory correctly. Third   person structure is used throughout the paper.

5 pts

The new program idea you envision for   your Scenario agency is clearly explained and thoroughly detailed.

20 pts

Major Points – as noted in #3-5 above are   stated clearly, are organized logically and are supported by specific   details, examples or analysis using the Scenario chosen in the Appendix and   your new program idea. The grant writing process is thoroughly discussed   in relation to the chosen new scenario program envisioned (10); the sections   to be included inthe grant are clearly delineated and discussed   (10); a thorough needs and problem statement is included related to the new   program envisioned for the scenario agency (10).

30 pts


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