Impact Evaluations for Non-Profits class begins
- Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 5:30pm
- Downtown Education Center
What is your organization's impact? What is a logic model? How can you tell if your organization is making a difference? This four-session course will be a practical seminar on impact evaluation of non-profit organizations. Participants will learn about the guiding principles and basic theory of evaluation and then walk through development and implementation of a specific evaluation project.
This course is designed for professionals in non-profit and educational organizations who are responsible for evaluating and reporting on an organization's impact. This course will be particularly helpful to groups that have-or seek-grant funding and need to demonstrate the impact of their organization to funders.
The course is relevant for K-12 and higher education, museums and libraries, government agencies, NGOs and charitable organizations.
$89; discounts available for members of the Prospera Business Network and the Chambers of Commerce in Big Sky and Livingston.
Register online at https://eu.courses.montana.edu/CourseStatus.awp?&course=14SWIMPACT or contact Nicole Soll with Extended University: (406) 994-6633 or firstname.lastname@example.org