To create a project outline, identify the major tasks needed to accomplish the project, and break down the smaller tasks required to complete the larger ones. For clarity, list the major milestones with Roman numerals and the subtasks with capital letters.Know More
Title the project at the top of the outline. Briefly summarize each step required to complete the project, detailing associated costs and proposing a timeline. Include a list of administrative officials associated with the project.
Establish the main objectives necessary to complete the project, and list them using Roman numerals. Be succinct in describing the objectives, and restrict them to a manageable amount.
Below each of the major milestones, list the subtasks needed to complete each one. For example, if one of the milestones is to design a workshop or seminar, the subtasks would include researching the subject of the workshop, developing a lesson plan and creating handouts and visual aids. Alphabetize the subtasks using capital letters. For added specificity, break down the steps of each subtask using lowercase bullets, and break down these tasks until the outline is complete.
To write a waiver letter, outline what the waiver covers and doesn't cover in terms of liability. Ask the other party to sign the letter, and highlight points that indicate the dangers that are linked with signing.Full Answer >
There are some basics that are required in any contract: the parties involved, the effective date of the contract, a payment method (or grade requirements, in the case of a learning contract), the product or service to be supplied by the contract's completion and specific terms for each party to complete her part of the contract. The more specific each section is, the better for all concerned.Full Answer >
A letter confirming community service hours should be written on the organization's letterhead, complete with contact information for whoever supervised the volunteer. It should include the number of service hours contributed to the organization, the dates or range of dates that were worked and a brief summary of what the work entailed. A brief description of what the organization does and their mission should be included.Full Answer >
A project description usually runs between two and three pages long, and it should include an overview of the project's topic and what problem the project will solve, tell what will be done as part of the project to reach the solution and include the status of the project. The purpose of the project description is to show that the proposed project is valuable and worth completing, especially if funding is needed.Full Answer >