Presented by Susan Weinrich, VP Organizational & Community Development, New York Council of Nonprofits
Building on the discussion in the Needs Assessment and Program Design workshop, this workshop will further explore the relationship of outcomes to the program planning, implementation and evaluation cycle. The session will define commonly used (and misused) terms and to clarify the distinction between program evaluation and process evaluation. We will discuss the relationship between short-term, intermediate, and long-term outcomes and help you begin to identify the data and outcomes that are feasible for you to measure based on your program goals, funding, and staff capacity and resources. Participants are encouraged to bring a copy of their logic model, program description, or grant application for reference and discussion purposes.
Date: Wednesday, June 13th, 2012
Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm
Cost: Free to nonprofit directors, board and staff (Limit 2 per organization)
Location: Broome County Public Library
185 Court Street
Binghamton, NY 13901
This workshop is supported by The Stewart W. and Willma C. Hoyt Foundation, The Community Foundation for South Central New York, and Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation.
Southern Tier Capacity Building Mini-Grant and Assessment Programs:
Participants will qualify to apply for the 2012 Southern Tier Capacity Building Mini-Grant Program, as well as special assessment support offered directly by the New York Council of Nonprofits. The Mini-Grant Program and special assessment assistance are supported by The Stewart W. and Willma C. Hoyt Foundation, The Community Foundation for South Central New York, Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation, and George A. and Margaret Mee Charitable Foundation.
When & Where
New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. (NYCON)
Founded in 1927, NYCON is a 501(C)(3) membership-based, mission-driven, statewide association of diverse charitable nonprofit organizations. With over 3,000 members, we work to build the capacity of nonprofits and communities to enhance the quality of life through responsive, cost-effective service. Our mission-based activities are enhanced by three subsidiary corporations: Governance Matters, Inc., Innovative Charitable Initiatives, Inc., and Council Services Plus.