The four-week course identifies complex human needs created by global migration and how U.S.-based nonprofit immigration legal programs respond to such needs with varying service delivery models, legal and otherwise. The course reveals the wealth of data immigration programs collect about their services and client outcomes. Different program evaluation methods are presented that can be tailored to fit any immigration program’s desire to improve its practices. Examples are shared as to how day-to-day data points can be turned into compelling stories about immigration successes locally and nationally in order to gain more stakeholder support and community donations. The course opens on September 6th with access to the e-learning website and week one assignment. The first webinar is on September 13th at 2:00 pm (Eastern) followed by each subsequent webinar on Wednesdays ending October 4 for a total of four, 90-minute sessions.
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