Part I: The Practicum Proposal The student will write a 5 page (double-spaced) narrative that a) identifies the project; b) includes a rationale for choosing this specific project based on a comprehensive review of the literature; and c) describes a plan of action. A minimum of ten references must be included in the proposal. The project proposal must follow the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Seventh Edition guidelines. Feedback should be incorporated into the Final Practicum Report. The Practicum Proposal Outline: 1: Background: History 2: Demographics: Student, faculty, and staff demographics. This is a good resource for information on colleges and universities: https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds (Links to an external site.) 3: Academics: Academic programs, professional schools, and divisions, particularly as related to your specific project. 4: The Problem: Define the problem that exists at your practicum site. Include relevant research literature. 5: The Project: What specific service, program, or initiatives related to the problem could you design for your practicum site? Which departments/divisions are involved in the implementation of program or initiative related to the problem?