This week, you submit your completed Scholar-Practitioner Project. Refer to the “Scholar-Practitioner Project (SPP) Guidelines” Document from your Learning Resources.
The project will consist of three elements:
- Part 1A: Public Health Initiative Approval (Week 2)
- Part 1B: Economic Analysis of the Initiative of Choice (Week 5)
- Part 2: Financial Accounting Analysis (Week 9)
- Part 3: Alternative Funding Sources (Week 11)
- See below for additional details on what to include in Part 3.
Part 3: Alternative Funding Sources
For this part of your Scholar-Practitioner Project you will evaluate funding sources for the public health initiative you selected in Week 2. Then, you will submit a mock grant proposal for an appropriate grant to supplement or allow expansion of your selected public health initiative.
The proposal should include:
- The public health initiative’s purpose, background, goals, and objectives
- A description of the funding sources you selected and explanation of why you selected it over others
- Eligibility and selection criteria for the funding source
- An explanation of the funds needed and how the funds may be used
- The adjusted total 5-year budget you completed in week 9 (include all instructor recommendations)
Part 3 Assignment length: 5–7 pages
Scholar-Practitioner Project length: 16–18 pages total
Submit your complete Scholar-Practitioner Project by Day 7. Be sure to address instructor feedbacks on your Project Submissions from Weeks 5, 9, and 11.