Describe your project in detail. Discuss all major elements.
*Explain what you will actually do for your project.
*How will this work be accomplished?
*Has the organization(s) you are working with approved your project?
*Show key elementsof leadership, coordination, and delegation in your description.
Describe the issue your project will address?
What is the community need you have identified? Why is this particular project of intrest to you? What makes this project personally meaningful?
Discuss your reasons for selecting this project.
What strengths and telents will you put into action? What specfic skills do you plan on working on during your project? How will this project contribute to your personal growth?
Outline the strength, talents, and skills that will help you with your project? What skills do you hope to develop? How will the project challenge you?
Resources you will need and how you will get them.If depending on donations-what is your back up plan. Transportation, permission slips and insurance. Review Safety Activity Checkpoint.
Identify the steps involved in putting your plan into action; including resources, facilities, equipment, and approval needed.
Idenitfy those who will benefit from your prjects, potential community partners, and who you should inform as a courtsey.
Please list additional people, groups, organizations not itemized above.
Discuss the money part of your project as well as your back up plan to cover all costs.
Estimate overall project expenses and your plan for meeting those costs.
Make your goals SMART- Specfic, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time senstive
Set goals and determinemethods/tools you will use to evaluate the impact of your project.
What provisions will you to ensure the project continues to make an impact.
How will your project be sustained beyond your involvment.
What are other communitesin other parts of the Country and the World doing about the similar issue.
Discuss your plans for establishing a Global Connection.
(websites, blogs, presentations, posters, videos, articles, etc.)
Describe how you plan to tell others about your project, your project's impact, and what you have learned. You must publish your results beyond the Girl Scout Community.