Measuring Outcomes that Drive Your Work

This one-day session is designed to provide participants with an understanding of tools to effectively measure identified program outcomes, indicators, and how to measure progress toward achievement of outcomes. Participants will identify criteria to select the most effective tools that are meaningful in their organizational or program context.

This series aligns with core knowledge and competencies for youth-work professionals that have been developed by the National Afterschool Association (NAA) and the Ohio Afterschool Network (OAN).

The NAA core knowledge content area addressed:

Intended Audience: program coordinators, supervisors of frontline youth workers