This session will focus on embedding assessment throughout a project, documenting evidence of success, and how to read and use data collected. By the end of this session, participants will have drafted evaluation materials for the program or project of their choice and will be ready to refine and implement them in their institutions.
This session is the third of a three-part In The Weeds series on evaluation.
What are evaluations designed to do and how can you effectively leverage evaluation to do your best work? This three-part series demystifies the evaluation process and makes it easy to get started. Participants will take a deep dive into program evaluation theories and methodologies while developing their own evaluation materials for a program of their choice. For the most robust experience, participants should plan to attend all three sessions.
All sessions will be led by Montrell Sanders, Ph.D. candidate in Public Affairs at Rutgers University-Camden, and Gigi Naglak, NJCH’s Director of Programs.