Learn to Love Program Evaluation

Date and Time: Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 09:00 am to 04:00 pmLocation: La Salle University School of Business (Founders' Hall) - 738 Penn Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19141

$20.00$159.00

Registration for this course is closed. Please contact us on 215-991-3676 to inquire about any remaining spaces or to be placed on a waiting list.

Program evaluation has become part of the nonprofit lexicon, particularly when dealing with funders. Although we may have reluctantly entered into the world of evaluation, it does provide information useful to understanding our programs and making choices and decisions. Thus, the evaluation process is about more than pleasing a funder. It enables you to understand, verify or increase the impact of your services, demonstrating outcomes. The process forces us to move beyond our instincts, or anecdotal information, or educated guesses to know what clients really need, whether we are providing that and whether our resources are being directed effectively. With evaluation and the accurate data it provides, we can improve our delivery systems and become more efficient, as we identify strengths and weaknesses.

This class provides an overview of program evaluation tools, including a step-by-step model, as you engage in focused dialogue about concrete ways to assess your programs. You will leave with proven tools, approaches, techniques, and ideas that are customizable to the evaluation of a wide range of programs within your organization.

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

Event Location

Date: May 23rd, 2019

Location: La Salle University School of Business (Founders' Hall)

Address: 738 Penn Boulevard

Philadelphia, PA 19141

Member $129
Non-Member $159

Instructors

  • 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.