Students will learn to apply program management for their organization’s advocacy goals. Program planning and execution is the process by which the vision, mission, and overarching goals are aligned to achieve measurable outcomes in assisting military and veteran families. Students will develop a model program on a setting which includes analysis and assessment.
Students need to be able to think both wholistically and incrementally if they are to grow as leaders and managers. These skills are honed throughout the course.
Learning the functional elements to reach out to military families is the heart of missional activities.
Proper planning, preparation, and execution is a biblical theme--to "sit down and count the costs" (Luke 14:28). Plans fail for lack of counsel (Prov. 15:22). It’s a biblical theme to know your context and plan accordingly.
Proper planning in reaching out to military families and advocating for them are core missional activities.
The military environment is a unique and reaching them and their families in a missional context necessitates a planned biblical and evangelical approach.
Not only is the military an intercultural organization, but strategic planning to reach the military family will be bring together different cultural groups to meet the diverse needs.
This course will look at real life issues facing military families.
This course works to build programs and systems which will make a real-life impact for the military family.