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For your course project you will be asked to develop a proposal for a community partnership project. Your proposal should be one you would like to implement in your community, but implementation of this project is not an expectation of this course. You may choose, however, to engage in your collaboration at a later date. The questions below are not

For your course project you will be asked to develop a proposal for a community partnership project. Your proposal should be one you would like to implement in your community, but implementation of this project is not an expectation of this course. You may choose, however, to engage in your collaboration at a later date. The questions below are not meant to be all-inclusive, but should guide your partnership proposal narrative to ensure that you are considering all aspects of the project.
• What are the goals of your initiative or project? What will it do?
• Why was this initiative chosen?
• Who (be specific) do you envision as being part of "your collaborative"? Why are these groups or agencies stakeholders in the (your) community? What do they bring to the table?
• Who may be asked to join later? Why not at the beginning?
• How often will you want to meet? How long in duration for each meeting?
• Who will lead the group? Will this be permanent? Why or why not?
• Will there be committee responsibilities? If so, how many and what? Will they meet separately from the larger group? If so, why and how often?
• Do you need funds to implement any portion of your initiative? If so, what are the potential sources of funding? Why limit yourselves to these? Will this ever change?
• How will your project be implemented? Does it need to be phased in?
• What are the various individual or committee roles, if any, in this implementation? Be sure to include comments regarding your identified Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats.
• Describe how the chosen tools from the Community Partnerships Toolkit will be utilized in your initiative.
• Do you have a timetable for the achievement of your goals? Is everything long-range, or do you have goals that you expect to come to fruition on an incremental basis?
• What is the shelf life or your proposal? Why?
• How will you evaluate your project or initiative?

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