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* For most income generating positions, the costs initially outweigh the benefits. If this is an income generating program, how long until it is expected to break even?
 
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* Outline a plan for implementing the program:  
 
* Outline a plan for implementing the program:  
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1) making contact with groups
 
1) making contact with groups
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2) set them up at FG(tour etc)
 
2) set them up at FG(tour etc)
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3) help them through the program, teach,  
 
3) help them through the program, teach,  
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4) give them computers
 
4) give them computers
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[[Category:Program Planning Sheets]]
 
[[Category:Program Planning Sheets]]

Revision as of 14:09, 23 December 2005

Program Basics

  • Program Name:

Computers for Kids

  • Program Description:

Youth organizations/schools bring groups of kids to FG to join Build or Adoption

  • What best describes this program?
    1. Primarily meets program needs (expected to cost more money than it makes)
  • Why does Free Geek need this program?

part of mission statement - education, digital divide

Job Position Basics

  • Would there be a dedicated staff position associated with this program? YES
  • Position Title:

CforK Coordianator

  • Job Description:

lead groups through the program, being contact person at FG, give special tours to school/other groups, teach students because often they need more attention than adult volunteers(but not always)

Costs and potential costs

  • What are the expected financial staffing costs of the program? (Include all costs to the organization such as salary, payroll taxes, and benefits.)

payroll/taxes for one person

  • What other costs are associated with the program? (Include costs of materials needed, etc.)

n/a

  • If there will be a dedicated staff position, how much time would be needed for training?
    • How much time would existing staff need to put in? ____20______ hours
    • How time would existing volunteers need to put in? ____60________ hours
  • Once the program is up and running how many staff how many hours per week would it take?
    • In paid staff time? ____12_________ hours/week @
    • In volunteer time? _____15________ hours/week @
  • Outline the intangible costs for the position and program:

n/a

  • Are there any possible negative impacts on Free Geek's mission, and if so what?

no

  • How will this program affect other programs and staff positions currently in effect?

it will make them happy, but also sometimes slows them down

  • How will this program affect other programs and staff positions being considered?

n/a

Benefits

  • Would the program generate income? NO
    • If yes, how much income would be expected once the program is up and running? $ 0 / month
    • If yes, how long would it take for the program to get to that point? @
  • How does the program support the mission of Free Geek?

We're making education and technology available to kids who otherwise would not be able to get it.

Measuring Success

  • How can the success of the program be measured? number of kids receiving computers
  • For most income generating positions, the costs initially outweigh the benefits. If this is an income generating program, how long until it is expected to break even?
  • Outline a plan for implementing the program:

1) making contact with groups

2) set them up at FG(tour etc)

3) help them through the program, teach,

4) give them computers