Increasingly, evaluation plans are expected in grant proposals. Funders want to know how the potential grantee is going to determine the merit, worth, and significance of the programs being proposed. How will the process be evaluated for implementation fidelity? How will the outcomes be evaluated for impact effectiveness? How will the decision-makers of the programs engage stakeholders and adapt to changing circumstances so that the programs are sustainable?
Grant writers are in a unique position within their organization to promote evaluative thinking and organizational learning. This workshop will provide the tools necessary for grant writers to develop evaluation plans that monitor implementation, assess for impact, and promote sustainability.
Seats are limited, register today.
Date: October 18, 2019
Time: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: Frey Foundation Board Room 40 Pearl St. NW, #1000, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Cost: $25 (Includes lunch and parking)
Presenters: West Michigan Network for Evaluators (WMEN)
Registration cut of date: Friday, October, 11, 2019
The West Michigan Evaluators Network (WMEN) is an informal group of people interested in evaluation. Members include academic faculty, independent consultants, researchers and program staff from nonprofits. WMEN meets on the third Friday of each month for a brown bag discussion of various topics related to evaluation in organizations.
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