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HSM 270 Week 1 Checkpoint 1 - Program Planning and Grant Proposals


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Date Created: 11/11/15
CheckPoint Program Planning and Grant Proposals Explain the relationship between program planning and grant proposals When describing each component address their similarities and differences as well as how they relate to each other Post your explanation in 200 to 300 words Program planning and grant proposals are related to each other because they go hand in hand To get a grant proposal you must have proper program planning A grant proposal is a speci c program plan being put into effect Program planning gives a step by step plan to develop the grant proposal Both planning and proposing are designed to help solve a speci c problem by thinking logically and being driven by objectives It is important to keep the political feelings neutral on both issues as well Program planning is a process that assesses what has happened and also looks into what could have happened in all the worst case or other decision making scenarios The planning process breaks down every step of every decision and deciphers what all the series of different outcomes could be and they strive to nd ways to improve those situations This is where the Grant proposal comes into play from all the planning Program planning is like a research outlet for the con guration of what grant proposals are needed A program plan is different than a grant proposal because they assess every situation at a 360 angle where as the grant proposal is targeting a speci c purpose Program plans are theory based goal oriented and need to happen in a certain time frame Without program planning it would be hard to determine who we would need to help out with the proposing of new grants to programs in need


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