Rant Letter of Intent and References/Grant Application

Grant Letter of Intent and References:

The purpose of this assignment is to allow you to explore many of the concepts from this course, and allow you to demonstrate your mastery of the competencies that we are covering within this course. You will select an organization and begin writing a program grant on their behalf that you will submit to the instructor as another course assignment later in the semester. This must be submitted through blackboard as a Microsoft word document. A brief Grant Letter of Intent should be 2-3 pages and include the following:

Name, location and description of the organization that you represent

The population that your organization represents

Outline of the elements involved in the issue that you are addressing your grant application,

Statement as to why you are requesting funds for your program,

Five sample references to support the issue that you are addressing.
(also I need the grant application 8-10 pages related to the letter)

Grant Application:

The purpose of this assignment is to allow you to explore many of the concepts from this course, and allow you to demonstrate your mastery of the competencies that we are covering within this course while starting to be comfortable with grant writing. A 8 page minimum and 10 page maximum, double-spaced grant application on a public health topic of the studentas choosing is required. You should relate your grant application to what you have been learning within this course, and what you are interested in within public health. The page limit only counts text, and does not include either the cover page or reference section. Most references should be from published public health literature; science based information found on the Internet is permissible. Each student should follow the guidelines of the American Psychological Association. You must reference (example (Lowe et al. 2013)) in the text, and maintain a single reference list at the end of the paper. This must be submitted through blackboard as a Microsoft word document.

The quality of your writing is important. It must be well-organized, clear, and logical, with correct spelling and grammar. Grant Application should be double-spaced, in 12 pt font size, with 1 inch margins, and with page numbers. Grant Application should include the following sections with additional subheadings used as necessary:

Title and your name,

Introduction: clearly states the issue that your grant application hopes to address,

Goals of your Grant Application Project,

Description: based on literature review, personal analysis of that literature, and capabilities of the

organization you represent describe in detail what your project will due to address the issues you are

addressing in your grant,

Summary: explanation of how funding and completion of your grant will address the issue you have

highlighted, including the anticipated outcomes from your grant project,

Budget Justification (No more than one page),

List of references