Evaluating the Impact of your Programs
This course is full - please contact us at 215-951-1701 to inquire about a waiting list.
Accountability…Outcomes Assessment…Logic Models…Measurable Goals & Objectives. These are current buzzwords throughout the nonprofit sector and in the funding community. It is essential that stakeholders and funders know how we are making a difference and have evidence that we are achieving the results we seek. After an overview of program evaluation, including a basic step-by-step model, the facilitator will engage participants in focused dialogue about concrete ways that you can assess your programs. Take-aways from the session include approaches, techniques and ideas that are doable, cost efficient and customized to your individual program.
Certificate Programs: Nonprofit Management
Date: April 23rd, 2013
Location: Jewish Federation of South Jersey
Address: 1301 Springdale Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
John Kelley, Ph.D. has extensive experience at various levels in the nonprofit world. At the social policy level, he headed the research division of the policy analysis firm Public/Private Ventures. He founded and led Villanova University’s HOS Institute, devoted to training an program evaluation in the human services. Subsequently, he was the founding leader of Villanova’s Office of Planning and Institutional Research. For three decades, he has worked collaboratively with The Nonprofit Center, serving on planning committees and as a consultant and instructor. He also teaches strategic planning and program evaluation in Villanova’s ‘s Master of Public Administration program. He earned