TLIM 3363 University of Houst

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PARTS OF YOUR GRANT PROPOSAL: Write your proposal to match the description and values of the Community Arts Rise Grant—the NEA is the organization who will be offering you the funding, and your proposal will likely reference the criteria stated in the CAR grant description.

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  • Title Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Overview
    • An effective overview is a relatively brief introduction. (5-8 sentences). It offers a concise and persuasive statement of the key elements of the proposal—it should be engaging and persuasive and hook your audience. In this section, you will identify who you are, the problem that your Workshop is attempting to address, and your purpose for requesting the CAR Grant Award, and likely suggesting the benefits of potential of your organization.
  • Background
  • Statement of Problem

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  • See SMU Torch example OR student sample

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  • See SMU Torch example (or use any other from textbook) OR student sample

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Copy and paste the paragraph below into your Project 09, below the “Overview”—this background paragraph is taken from Workshop Houston’s website. Every student will use the paragraph below as their Background—a section which introduces your organization to its audience.

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Copy and paste: Workshop Houston was built on the belief that learning is more than just what happens in the classroom. Our program has grown into a well-established youth development agency and important neighborhood resource. We use a hands-on, arts-based educational philosophy to respond to the needs of our community. Workshop Houston has served thousands of youth through our after school and summer programs that help students to build technical skills, develop a meaningful creative practice, and gain academic confidence. Our goal is to provide youth with creative, technical and educational resources and lay the groundwork for a just society, We hope to foster a community that provides youth with support, expanded opportunities and alternative definitions of success.

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  • What is the problem the community faces and that Workshop Houston is attempting to alleviate?
  • To be persuasive, your will need to provide data, research, and reference to expert opinion on your chosen problem.
  • One strategy for researching your subjects is to focus on both social or educational problems your Workshop is addressing, and also benefits (skills, abilities, talents) that your Workshop is hoping to inspire in its members.
  • Your Problem and Plan/Method are closely related. For example, if you proposed an Astronomy Workshop as your Plan/Method then your argument about the Problem could focus on the importance of science education, prompting you to research low-test scores in public schools, the state of science literary in low-income communities, and/or the importance of STEM.
  • You could also research the cognitive value (benefits) of studying astronomy, emphasizing the math, physics, and science skills involved. You could argue for the programs benefits to a student’s education and maybe even suggest it as a gateway into a possible career (depends on the subject).
  • Note: You cannot use the Astronomy Workshop for your project.
  • You might also provide demographic material (research) about the children and teenagers from the Third Ward Houston community who rely on Workshop Houston. Remember that your organization is attempting to make an impact on low-income neighborhoods, appealing to the teens, adolescents, and young adults who attend underfunded public schools that either lack after school programs or offer limited extracurricular activities to their students.

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6) Plan

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a. Write an introductory paragraph that elaborates on the goals of your

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fifth workshop—indentify the subject and purpose and desired results.

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What outcome are you hoping your students achieve? How will they

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Benefit from attending this workshop?What are the skills, talents,

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abilities, and mindset that you hope to inspire?

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7) Method/Schedule

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  • Now get specific. What’s the schedule for your workshop? Weekends? Afterschool classes—how often is your workshop offered? How long is a class or session? (Be concise and make your schedule easy to read—perhaps with a table? Or short paragraphs with bold headers or labels).
  • What’s the curriculum? What kind of lessons will you offer? What materials will you work with? (What will students do during a class session or meeting?) What software will they learn? Be creative and remember your audience—how do you make it fun and engaging? Perhaps you will combine a mix of traditional teaching methods with practical, hands-on lessons?
  • Optional: Maybe include an end of the semester contest, competition, science fair, event, or showcase designed to share what the students have learned or created.
  • Schedule: You are welcome to organize this section in any creative way that you want—using headers, subheaders, tables, or chart to help organize it.
    • Make up the numbers.
    • You’ll have to decide how specific to be. Is this the kind of project that needs line-by-line budgetary information, tables, pie charts, or can you group tasks into categories and discuss how much each category will cost? Remember, the staffing section must also be included.
    • You might also suggest paying for staffing—hiring a part-time teacher, teaching assistant, volunteer, guest speaker.
    • Review the SMU Torch Example and any other budget example from the textbook you prefer.
    • Bottom Line: Give me a sense of how you would spend the money—that you have thought through the steps and understand what materials must be purchased.

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8) Budget:

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9) Conclusion:

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10) References:

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