Program Design in a Partnership Context: Linking Activities to Outcomes
March 15 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
What does it look like to design a program – and a partnership – with outcomes in mind? This virtual workshop will support youth-serving programs to describe and refine their program plans using a logic model framework, including identifying inputs, outputs (program and/or partnership activities and participation), and short-term, medium-term, and long-term outcomes. We will invite you to consider how your partnership activities and outcomes influence program activities and outcomes. In this interactive session, we will offer time within the workshop for participants to learn from another person in the field or work collaboratively with partners attending the session together.
To support your program design process, we will also provide opportunities for reflection on how you communicate about your program and introduce you to resources, including a program scheduling tool and work plan, to support you at every stage of development, from visioning to implementation.
This interactive virtual workshop is designed for leaders at all levels within schools, school districts, and community-based organizations who are developing, managing, or evaluating partnerships between schools and community-based organizations. It is strongly recommended for people who are designing new programs in partnership with others, revising a program and partnership, or launching a continuous improvement or evaluation effort. Funded by the King County Best Starts for Kids levy, this free session is open to organizations doing work in King County, with an emphasis on supporting King County Best Starts for Kids grantees.
Additional Resource for King County Best Starts for Kids Grantees: YDEKC is serving as a Capacity Builder for King County Best Starts for Kids Grantees, with a focus on supporting school-community partnerships. Grantees may request free one-on-one coaching and technical assistance in this area by contacting Jorji Knickrehm at email@example.com and Anne Powell Arias at firstname.lastname@example.org.