Census data is an incredibly powerful tool. It highlights the diversity and various needs in a geographically-defined service area. It can be used to write and justify needs in grant proposals. New and final 2010 Census data is coming out constantly and can be used to broaden the scope of your advocacy work.

Bring your laptop and join us for this hands-on workshop!

When:  January 26, 2012                  10:00am-2:30pm Lunch will be provided

Cost: $25/per person

Location:  Room 278                  San Francisco City Hall                  1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place,                  San Francisco, CA 94102

Space is limited and allocated on a first-come first-serve basis.

 

Register by January 16th to: Perla Barrientos (barrient@sfsu.edu) Please make out check to: SF State

Mail check to:  SF State/Institute for Civic & Community Engagement,                      San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway Ave., Pacific Plaza 750,                      San Francisco, CA 94132

 

Upcoming Workshops

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer Management  Friday, February 3, 2012

Volunteers can boost the quality of services while reducing costs. However, organizations are not always fully equipped to make the most of their volunteers.  In this one-day workshop you will learn how to identify the elements of a successful volunteer program and to assess volunteer program’s  strengths and needs.  You will design an action plan to improve your program.

Grantwriting Thursday thru Friday, March 22-23, 2012

In this two-day workshop, you will learn tools to be more successful when writing the three essential elements of a grant proposal; better analyze the connections between required sections of a proposal and its core; and discuss the areas that commonly pose the toughest problems for grant writers, thus helping them avoid common pitfalls while strengthening critical skill sets.

 

Logic Model Friday, April 13, 2012

Logic models are versatile tools that can support many nonprofit management activities, such as program planning, delivery, communications, and evaluation. They provide a roadmap of how your program is designed to achieve specific types of impacts for participants and the community. In this one-day workshop we will provide you with the information, resources, and support you need to develop a Logic Model for your projects/programs.

 

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