Implementing the ROMA Cycle into the Next Generation Performance Management Framework

October 27, 2pm ET

Attend to learn about a new ROMA training series available to the network.  The series is comprised of a variety of introductory video modules, workshop PowerPoints, and facilitator guides.  Topics within the series range from Creating a Local Theory of Change to Understanding Community Level Work, as well as the collection and analysis of data.  The new curriculum pulls in ROMA principles and practices, exploring the focus areas for ROMA Next Generation and how all the elements of the Performance Management Framework fit together.

Presenters: Barbara Mooney, Director (ANCRT), Jarle Crocker, Director of T/TA & Courtney Kohler, Senior Associate (Partnership)



November Community Needs Assessment (CNA) Mini-Series

Join us for a deep dive into the community needs assessment process - from planning for a comprehensive, agency-wide needs assessment, to the research, analysis, and communication of the assessment.

November 2, 2pm ET:  Planning for a Comprehensive CNA (Register)

November 9, 2pm ET: Collecting CNA Data  (Register)

November 13, 2pm ET:  Analyzing CNA Data  (Register)

November 20, 2pm ET:  Communicating the CNA (Register)

Presenters:  Jarle Crocker, Director of T/TA & Courtney Kohler, Senior Associate (Partnership)


Opportunities for Transformation:  CAA Anti-Poverty Practices

November 16, 2pm ET

This session will provide an opportunity to learn about the impact of the Learning Community through three agencies who have participated and achieved results.  As we look forward to future Learning Communities, explore new opportunities to maximize your agency's efforts to move families and communities out of poverty.

Presenters:  Tiffney Marley, Project Director (Partnership), Corin Tubridy & Robin Thibado (West CAP), Belva Dorsey & Angel Walker (Enrichment Services Program), and Lori Cunningham (Baltimore City CAP)



Volunteer Engagement

November 21, 2pm ET

Learn strategies in volunteer engagement to keep retention and passion high.  AmeriCorps VISTA Lead for the Rural IMPACT project at the Community Action Partnership will guide participants through the stages of outreach, recruitment, training, and evaluation for volunteers.  The goal being to transition from traditional volunteers to building a bench of program advocates.

Presenter:  Charity Frankowski, VISTA Lead (Partnership)



Learning Communities & State CSBG Offices

November 27, 2pm ET

A webinar especially for State CSBG offices to learn about the Learning Community Resource Center and how to support local agencies engaged in innovative anti-poverty practices.

Presenters:  Tiffney Marley, Project Director (Partnership) & Jackie Orr, State CSBG Assistance Director (NASCSP)



CAA Racial Equity Resource Review

November 29, 2pm ET

This session will provide an overview of racial equity, why it is important, and provide information on resources, including community assessment analysis tools which support CAA capacity needs.

Presenters:  Tiffney Marley, Project Director and Hyacinth McKinley, Program Associate (Partnership)



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