Join CJP’s Teen Engagement Network, Jim Joseph Foundation and Teen Education and Engagement Funder Collaborative for a yearlong series for youth professionals to fuel your engagement work. Join colleagues both familiar and new on the first Thursday of each month for free workshops and expert-led sessions. All topics are drawn from best practices from the teen initiatives in 10 communities and years of research in the field.
February session: How Do We Move the Needle? An Organizational Approach to Strategic Teen Engagement
How do we move the needle? Join Adam Smith and Brett Lubarsky from Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston in an exploration of strategic approaches to discovering and defining what success in the teen education and engagement space can look like for our communities, and how Boston is implementing steps to create a shared language, system of metrics and connected strategy. Let’s take some time to think about the questions you and your organization can ask, which approaches you can take and what you really mean when you say you want to “move the needle on teen recruitment, retention and engagement.”+ More... - Less...
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