This webinar features staff from the Garrett County Community Action Committee as they discuss how their use of data has led to success in their nationally recognized two-generation program, and provide valuable insight for all levels of Community Action on how to get the most out of the data you collect.
Head Start programs often comprise a significant part of a Community Action Agency’s budget and staff. This webinar focuses on practical “how to” strategies to ensure that agencies fully integrate their Head Start programs into the overall governance, leadership, and management of the organization. Join staff from several agencies to discuss topics that include how to build relationships between the board and Policy Council, strengthen integration of Head Start with other services, build a shared sense of mission across programs, and improve collaboration on financial decision-making. This webinar is a must for any agency with a Head Start program!
This webinar discusses how Community Action Agencies can leverage their position within their communities to bring important external stakeholders to the table. Experts from Prosperity Now emphasize the importance of partnerships in financial empowerment programs, how to assess which programs might be a good fit for external referrals, and how to maintain client engagement once they are being served by an external partner.
This webinar reviews the updated State T/TA Plan template for 2019, focusing on changes that have been made since last years templates. The template is broken into two parts, 1) a word document that requests information about the states T/TA needs as well as the overall T/TA strategies that will be implemented, and 2) an online survey that requests information about the amount of state resources dedicated to T/TA, and information about the state’s specific T/TA activities.
With so many different stakeholders at the table, clearly defining roles and coming to consensus over the key issues and how to approach them can seem like a daunting task. This webinar explores the range of roles people can play in a collective impact collaborative and discusses the key components of a common agenda that can lay the groundwork for the collaborative’s work going forward.
Hosted by the Weatherization Leveraged Partnerships Project, webinar attendees heard from the Energy Efficiency for All (EEFA) project, which brings together affordable housing and energy efficiency advocates working to break down barriers and improve the conditions for greater multi-family retrofits.
How Associations of Community Action or Weatherization Organize to Win Big for Low Income Energy Consumers
A panel discussion at the 2017 CAP Annul Convention including the Arizona Community Action Association, Community Action Partnership of Oregon, and the Energy Project of Washington on their roles in energy advocacy and advice to other associations.
Hosted by the Weatherization Leveraged Partnerships Project, this webinar is for leaders of local Weatherization Agencies and State Associations to learn about the current threats to low-income energy affordability and how to use their expertise to advocate at legislatures and public utility commissions.
Hosted by CAP and NASCSP to discuss the 2016 Non-Federal Leveraged Dollars in the WAP report and ways to grow leveraged programs.
During this webinar, staff from the United Planning Organization, the newest Award for Excellence winner, discuss their performance management system that has been recognized as a best practice by a senior team of Pathways to Excellence Peer Reviewers. They discuss ow they use their strategic plan to set agency-wide outcome goals and how their performance management team uses program data to help staff improve results. They also provide a detailed presentation of into the performance scorecard they use to track progress across the agency.
Join the Health Intersections Learning Community to explore the data and evaluation processes related to the social determinants of health. Dr. Dayna Long, Pediatrician at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, will lead a knowledge building session on identifying health indicators for measurement of impact on the social determinants of health.
This second segment of the Decreasing Homelessness Learning Collaborative examines the purpose of coordinated entry, reviews how it is being implemented in various communities, and explores the benefit and challenges of doing it well.
This webinar focuses on the benefits and challenges facing agencies who have begun to move to a data-centric approach.
Watch this webinar to join The Prosperity Agenda as they explain how they approach client-driven program design, and hear about two projects–Family-Centered Coaching and the Savings Initiative Project.
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