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MUW schedules training sessions for area nonprofits

Monadnock United Way staff will host three trainings in early 2019 to offer MUW partners and other nonprofits the opportunity to learn and strengthen skills around program design, performance measurement and grant applications.
 
All nonprofit professionals in the Monadnock region are invited to attend. Space is limited and early registration is recommended. To register, use the link provided for each training session. 
Each training will cover a "stand-alone" topic, but the content of each session will build upon the previous one. Participants are encouraged to attend all trainings. 
 
Logic Model Training
January 31, 2019 from 9-11 a.m. at Cheshire County House of Corrections (825 Marlboro Rd/Route 101, Keene, NH)
Join MUW staff for this free, two-hour training on logic models. Learn what a logic model is (and isn't), understand logic model "building blocks," and begin working on and/or refining a logic model specific to your work. Hands-on support will be available. Click here to register.
 
Performance Measurement Training
February 20, 2019 from 9-11 a.m. at Cheshire County House of Corrections (825 Marlboro Rd/Route 101, Keene, NH)
Join MUW staff this free, two-hour training on program performance measurement. Understand the differences between indicators, measures and metrics, and learn how to develop strong performance measures to evaluate the outputs and outcomes of your program. Click here to register.
 
MUW Funding Application Tips & Tricks
March 6, 2019 from 9-11 a.m. at Cheshire County House of Corrections (825 Marlboro Rd/Route 101, Keene, NH)
If your nonprofit program is considering applying for Monadnock United Way funding for 2020, this session is for you! Join MUW staff to learn tips & tricks on writing a strong application for funding. Click here to register.
 
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More details about each training will be shared as the dates approach. Training information will also be posted on the MUW website in the next two weeks. Please contact Nikki Sauber at nikki@muw.org or 603-352-4209 ext. 24 for more information about this training series.