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Students will identify an evidence- based practice or intervention model and write a research
paper, formatted as if you are seeking funding or proposing adoption of this evidence- based
model at your agency or in your community. The paper will be constructed following the grant
proposal format used by the National Foundation Center (Note: the Foundation Center link
can be found on Canvas, which will take you to the proposal writing tutorial. It is highly
recommended that you review this tutorial thoroughly before beginning this assignment).
The paper will include the following:
 Cover Sheet
 1 page: Executive Summary
 2 pages: Statement of Need – this will require research and a brief literature review
to adequately document the problem you are trying to address and establish the
rationale for the program model you are proposing. For example, what does the
research say about the effectiveness of your model in addressing the problem you
have identified? Is this an evidence-based practice model? Why is this the best
option?
 3 pages: Project Description: This section is the “meat and potatoes” of your
proposal and should include the following subsections:
o Goals and Objectives
o Methods (how the program model will work and be implemented, including
timetable)
o Staffing and administrative needs
o Plan for evaluating results
 1 page: Budget and budget narrative
 1 page: Conclusion
 Reference page
 Optional Attachment: Logic Model
All in-text citations and references at the end of the paper should follow APA format. Use page
numbers and subheadings.
Evaluation of the paper will be based on:
40 points: The depth and insight of your research and analysis,
40 points: The clarity and feasibility of the proposal as described, and
20 points: The organization, format and overall quality of the resulting proposal.
5 EC point: Logic Model attachment

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