Putting Program Evaluation to Work for Us: Nonprofit Organizations Learning Together
Date and Time
10C Shared Space (42 Carden Street)
Do you or your organization struggle with evaluation? Can a non-profit organization do meaningful evaluation on a limited budget? Can an evaluation project generate findings that are truly useful, while also meeting funder expectations?
Community organizations are invited to join Andrew Taylor from Taylor Newberry Consulting and adjunct faculty member at the University of Guelph for a practical, informal, interactive workshop with hands-on exercises.
Participants will learn:
the basic components of program evaluation, focusing on simple, cost-effective strategies for bringing these components to life within your organization
practical tips designed to make evaluation less time consuming, less stressful, and more useful
The workshop will be supported by graduate students from the University of Guelph. It is hosted at 10C Shared Space and sponsored by CESI.
For more information and to register, visit Putting Program Evaluations to Work For Us.