This is an assignment for a Request for proposals for Benny Factor a wealthy philanthropist. Additionally, the paper will address real world issues proposal.
Request for proposals for Benny Factor a wealthy philanthropist
Firstly, this project is a simulation of a Request for Proposals (RFP). RFPs are typically to hire a consultant/consulting company/researcher for a specific project. This project is a simulation, so you can use your imagination to consider a problem that needs to be solved and create a plan to improve the problem. Your instructor will place you in groups of 3 to complete this proposal.
Page limits and formats are non-negotiable, and the threshold for excellence is high. RFP Details: Benny Factor is a wealthy philanthropist who is looking to donate money for someone to carry out a project that will improve humanity in some way, applying psychological science. He is willing to fund basic and applications projects, as long as they are grounded in empirical evidence, and are designed in such a way that their efficacy can be measured.
You must address the following points: What is the real world problem that you are proposing to solve/research? Examples include: homelessness, violence prevention (domestic violence, child abuse, community violence), substance abuse, hunger, critical incident respose for natural disaster. Also, parental support after diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder or other mental health diagnosis, unemployment, disparity in educational opportunities across communities, etc. What data is there to justify that your proposed problem is indeed problematic?
Lastly, provide references. What have others done to address this problem? Provide references. Given the previous work that has been done on this problem, what is the gap that you intend to fill? What will you specifically do to address this problem? Detail the plan. How will you know if your project has an effect? How will you measure its effectiveness? What are your hypothesized results? Identify what are the implications of your hypothesized results? What are the limitations of your approach?