From last time: Next time:
- Needs Statement Due.
- Abstract Due over
- Get Planning Memo in ASAP
We will do this
- Draft Goals and Objectives in class
- Review the needs statement
2. Guest Speaker: Aislynn Campbell, Executive Direct, GROW Local South Texas
3. Questions? Thoughts? Picks? Pans?
3. Reports from:
- People who contacted funding sources
- Description of Project
- Needs Statement
4. Review needs statement
- Needs statement Team Blue
- Needs statement Team Green
Another resource: United way overview of Nueces County
5. Goals and Objectives; note that they deal with the logic of your plan (project, goals, evaluation)
- What is a goal?
- What is an objective?
- What is a method?
- Examples of each
Karsh and Fox Ch. 8
- Definition of Goal
- Swa hwaet? The so what factor
- Just because a program seems good, if you can's show it will achieve specific results, it's hard to fund
- Grantmakers Goals and Objectives are important, too.
- Moore (see #6)
- Don't "Make" Your Goals fit with funders; either they do or they don't
- REALISTIC goals and objectives, but ones that show real change.
Goals and objectives for our grant.
8. Plans for the future
- Both needs statements need to be done/dun
- A solid draft of the project description, to be reviewed in class
- Each team needs to come up with some kind of solid timeline for the Veteran's Center in terms of what will be done when (working together) and translate that into drafts of goals and objectives.
9. Work time.
9. Next Time:
Abstract due over
We will do this:
- Go over each group's assignments
- Review the project description
- Rough out an evaluation plan based on goals and objectives