We are committed to ongoing evaluations of PropelNext, both so we can learn how to improve the program and to share our findings with the field. To better understand the impact of the program, EMCF engaged Harder+Company Community Research and Engage R+D to assess progress, achievements and challenges after completing the program.
PropelNext California Partnership Final Learning and Evaluation Report (February 2019)
The final report of the three-year California Partnership developmental evaluation finds that the program has equipped the California 2018 Cohort with new knowledge, skills and capabilities to reach increase levels of performance and sophistication.
PropelNext Alumni Study (June 2018)
An intensive evaluation has found that the program made a “profound and sustained” impact on the policies and practices of members of its first cohort, embedding performance management and a culture of continuous learning and improvement deep within graduates’ organizational DNA.
Harder + Company’s ongoing assessments have shown that PropelNext grantees who graduated are honing their programs, expanding services to reach more youth, growing their revenues and increasing opportunities for impact.
- PropelNext California Partnership Year Two Learning Report (February 2018): A review of the 2018 cohort’s progress through year two of the program.
- Results on the Ground (May 2017): A summary report synthesizes the research on PropelNext‘s work with 30 nonprofits.
- Alumni Study: Sustaining Change (April 2017): An initial analysis of the 2015 cohort one year after completing the program.
- PropelNext California Partnership Year One Learning Report (December 2016): A review of the 2018 cohort’s progress through year one of the program.
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