Please use the following guidelines when drafting your project proposal.
PROJECT TITLE: Include a descriptive title for your project
PROJECT NARRATIVE: (5-page maximum, at least 11 point font)
|Organization name and location|
|Current professional development programs|
|Partners and/or collaborating organizations|
|What individuals or organizations will be working with you on this project?|
|What is their role within this project?|
|Rationale for your project|
|Number of educators|
|Targeted subject(s) taught|
|Relationship with target audience|
|How will you reach your goals and objectives?|
|What format (e.g., online, in person, etc.) will be used for training?|
|What TPS materials will be incorporated?|
|What projects will participants complete? (Examples: lesson plans, learning activities, primary source sets or journals.)|
|How will you share the outcomes?|
|How will you continue to introduce teachers to TPS materials beyond the funding cycle?|
|How will you determine the success of your project?|
BUDGET AND JUSTIFICATION (3-page maximum)
Costs associated with implementing your proposed project (see budget format example and budget justification). Include source(s) of the required 20% match.
The roles and background of staff who will work on your proposed project. Include a vita (two-page limit) for the project director that includes name, title, business address, telephone number, and email address. Include biographical paragraphs for other staff.
Authorized Financial Representative
Examples: letter of support, workshop agendas, advertisements, participant application forms, etc.