What are the barriers to receiving services or having services be effective (e.g., funding, legislation, resistance)?

Social Change Project Outline

Please use the following outline as a guide to your Social Change Project research. You will be submitting a finalized outline to your Faculty mentor during the round-table presentations, as well as to the “Residency 2 Social Change Project – Counseling MS Degree” link in the Social Change Project section of Residency 2 in the classroom. This document, along with your presentation at the round table, will determine your final project score. Please be sure to submit a thorough and clearly written outline as your final document.

1. Student Name(s):

2. Selected Social Change Track (Public Policy or Social Outreach):

3. Knowledge of the Issue:

a. Provide a brief description of the public policy or social outreach organization and what is currently being done.

b. What are the local and broader effects of this social change?

c. Where are there gaps or limitations in the policy or services?

d. What are the barriers to receiving services or having services be effective (e.g., funding, legislation, resistance)?

4. Ideas for Social Change:

a. Based on the gaps or limitations you have identified, what are your goals for social change?

i. Goal 1:

ii. Goal 2:

b. What plan might you implement to reach those goals?

i. Goal 1, Objective 1:

ii. Goal 1, Objective 2:

iii. Goal 1, Objective 3:

iv. Goal 2, Objective 1:

v. Goal 2, Objective 2:

vi. Goal 2, Objective 3:

c. How might you evaluate your progress toward these goals (in general—how would you know if it worked)?

5. Personal Reflection:

a. What did you learn about the issue, others, and yourself?

b. How did this change your perspective of how to be involved in social change?

c. How will you become involved after Residency?

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