Educational Opportunity: Program Evaluation - Measuring Success

The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County will be hosting a four-hour evaluation workshop for non-profits interested in evaluating their program success. The program will review why evaluation has become so important to both funding organizations and the public, and how evaluation can be managed by non-profit professionals who already have dozens of other things on their plates.

In the course of the afternoon, participants will address critical questions such as:

  • What outcomes can I really achieve with my clients?
  • How will I measure these?
  • What do our outcome results actually tell me and what other data do I need?
  • How will I know if the program is successful?

Small group work and peer support is emphasized to help you identify key outcomes for your program, as well as develop outcome goal statements and a logic model to document your evaluation framework. The session will also provide guidance on how your nonprofit, no matter how small, can take steps to identify and track outcomes that tell your nonprofit's story.

What: Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County's Program Evaluation - Measuring Success Seminar

Who: Trina Willard (Principal of the Knowledge Advisory Group), Guest Speaker

Where: Chesapeake Innovation Center, 2288 Blue Water Blvd, Suite 310, Odenton, MD 21113

When: March 29th, 2017, 1:00 - 5:00pm

Cost: $45 per person*

Individuals and organizations who cannot afford the registration fee but are interested in attending can apply for a Strengthening Nonprofits Scholarship from CFAAC to cover the cost of registration. More information is available on these scholarship opportunities is available here.

Current grant partners of The Helen J. Serini Foundation interested in attending this workshop but lacking the resources to do so are encouraged to contact Kerry McHugh, Program Officer, to discuss options for attendance.