Evaluating Your Program and Presenting this Evaluation using Logic Models

June 16, 2021 | 12:00 PM-1:00 PM CT 

Session Description: Session 6 of the Grants 101 Series

You don’t have to love them, but you do have to respect them because logic models are a dynamic tool for program planning, evaluation planning, monitoring, and coalition building. Many funders require them, and even if they don’t always know what they really want from a logic model, you can! In this webinar, Julie Assel, GPC will take you through the various kinds of logic models and show you how you can use them to become more efficient and comprehensive grant seekers, manage up and down with clients and colleagues, and speak truth to power.

What You'll Learn: 

  • How to use the logic model throughout the entire grant seeking process
  • The different formats and approaches to logic models
  • How to explain to program staff or clients why you need a logic model


The trainers for these sessions are all credentialed grant professionals (GPCs) through the Grant Professional Certification Institute and Approved Trainers with the Grant Professionals Association. 

Length: 60 minutes


GRANTS 101 SERIES

Grants are about so much more than just grant writing. This series of grant trainings will guide you through:

1) Researching opportunities
2) Building relationships with funders
3) Designing high-quality programs
4) Organizational readiness
5) Writing grant proposals
6) Managing grants

In addition, to guide your continued learning, we have a training to help you decide where you want to grow next based on the career path options available to you.

These sessions are designed to give basic knowledge to a nonprofit professional who is just starting to learn about grants or who has had no formal training in grants. This program breaks the concepts down into manageable pieces that can be learned over time. 

Session 1: Researching Grant Opportunities

Session 2: Relationships with Foundation Program Officers

Session 3: Organizational Readiness

Session 4: Describing the Need

Session 5: Describing the Key Components of Your Program 

Session 6: Evaluating Your Program and Presenting this Evaluation using Logic Models

Session 7: Grant Budgets

Session 8: Sustainability

Session 9: Common Attachments

Session 10: Grant Ethics

Session 11: Basic Grant Management

Session 12: Continued Grant Professional Development and Career Path Opportunities

Grants 101 Series

Course curriculum