September 17, 2018: 08:30 AM — 12:30 PM

The Conference Center at Mercer
Princeton Junction

This workshop is open only to recipients of our All Kids Thrive grants.

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

In this session, Metis will provide the All Kids Thrive grantees with information and materials about how to design an effective logic model and use it to support program implementation and improvement. In the presentation, Metis will describe the essential components of logic models―including the context and need for the program; resources, inputs, and outputs; and short-, mid- and long-term outcomes.  Grantees will have an opportunity to work in small groups, begin developing individual logic models (or refine an existing logic model) and to ask questions about the process.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

It is recommended that each grantee send approximately three staff to participate in the session.  Staff in attendance should include the All Kids Thrive program director, one organization leader, and (if applicable) an internal or external program evaluator.

This workshop is open only to recipients of our All Kids Thrive grants.

PLEASE REGISTER EACH ATTENDEE SEPERATELY AND CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE BY AUGUST 23, 2018.

Registration will be held from 8:30 am – 9 am; program begins at 9 am.

 

 

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