Service Learning Project Proposal Service Learning Project Proposal – M1 Summer Programs Name First Last Email Date MM slash DD slash YYYY Project Name Project Location Project Supervisor Below are the types of questions you will need to answer for a well-thought-out project. If you have done any kind of community service or volunteer work in the past, build on that. There are no right or wrong answers to any of these questions. But you need to think about them in order to ensure success – for both the community and you!Purpose – Why do you want to do this particular project? How is it going to benefit the community? What does the community currently have for this particular service?Community – Which population are you targeting within your chosen community? (children, elderly, pre-teens, adolescents, homeless, rural underserved, chronically ill, etc.) Why did you select this particular community?Partnership – Do you plan to partner with any local organizations? You may need guidance from a local community leader or civic group to serve as advisors to keep your project relevant and meaningful to the community.Learn – What do you expect to learn or gain, as a result of identifying, planning, developing, and implementing your project?Timeline – From start to completion, how long do you expect this project to take? How might the project be divided up into doable mini-projects to make it feasible and to ensure ultimate success? What are you going to do? Describe the plan for your time and effort.Funding – If your idea requires funds to get the project completed, how do you plan to identify a funding source?End Product – What will you have to show as a result of all your hard work? What lasting result do you expect your project to have on the community in which you plan to do the project?