Discovering the Power of Program Evaluation

Date and Time: Tuesday, February 6, 2024 - 07:00 pm to 09:00 pmLocation: N/A - Online


Registration for this course is closed. Please contact us at [email protected] to inquire about any remaining spaces or to be placed on a waiting list.

Please note this class will take place over 3 evenings, and you must attend all dates:

  • 2/6/24
  • 2/13/24
  • 2/20/24

Effectively evaluating organizational programming is critical to improve your work, deepen equity and share your impact. During this class we will move beyond using instincts, anecdotal information and educated guesses to documenting whether your programs are meeting their intended goals and directing your resources most effectively for your mission. This class will cover the value of intentional program evaluation, methods for collecting, analyzing and using data, and offer a step-by-step model for evaluation design. We will also look at ways to answer questions around program impact such as: ‘Is this program meeting its intended outcomes?’ ‘Is our program truly connecting and working for the clients we seek to serve?’ ‘How might we shift the program to have greater impact?’ and ‘How do we take steps to sunset programs no longer serving our clients?’ At the end of this class, you will leave with tools, approaches, techniques and ideas that you and your team can implement to learn how effective your programs are and to share those results with clients, stakeholders, and donors. 

SKU: N/A Category: Audience: Executive directors, board members, development staff, program administrators, data managers and consultants Certificate Programs: Nonprofit Management

Event Location

Date: February 06th, 2024

Location: N/A - Online


Member $155
Non-Member $185


  • Christine Armstrong

    Christine Armstrong is a Professor of Communication at Northampton Community College’s Monroe Campus. In addition to a wide variety of communication courses, Chris also teaches Research Methods at the college in which she supervises research projects and walks students through the process of careful data collection and interpretation. She has a long history of working with, and within nonprofit organizations at a variety of levels both locally and internationally. She holds a M.A. in Communication Arts and Sciences from the Pennsylvania State University and a bachelors in Communication Studies from Colorado State University.