Select a non-profit and/or social service program in the state where you reside York, NE. Describe the history of the organization and provide a brief overview of its programs and services.
You will design a program that will aid the program you selected that would enhance the current program. For this Assignment you will need to describe the elements of the program you will design. Make sure you include all of the client-related variables, staff-related variables, and physical resources as you describe the elements of your program. In addition, you will describe the throughputs, and service tasks.
Chapter 8 of your text lists the process numbers (logic model) for a hypothetical program. As you review them you will get a better understanding of the required steps. Finally, you will apply all of the process steps for the program you are designing and explain how they will be followed with your program design.
Provide appropriate citations and references in APA format when referencing the text and any other outside source in your answers. Assignment should be 4-5 pages long. Writing should be in Standard English and be clear and specific with few errors.
I live in York, Ne
Book……..Designing and Managing Programs: An Effectiveness-Based Approach.
Chapter 8: “Designing Effective Programs”
Chapter 9: “Designing Effectiveness-Based Information Systems”
Chapter 8 explains the rationale for breaking programs down into elements. In this chapter, you will explore the logic model and the ways in which it provides framework for program design. You will also explore how the program hypothesis and program objectives fit together with the elements of program design.
Chapter 9 reviews the significance of documentation in program implementation. You will also get a better understanding of the relationship between program evaluation and data collection. You will also be introduced to data collection systems and how they can be designed to ensure that necessary information will be provided to stakeholders.
Designing and Managing Programs: An Effectiveness-Based Approach.