Program development includes ideation, implementation, and evaluation. We will create what you need and ensure the program's or initiative's integrity. We can evaluate the program's effectiveness to ensure you successfully implement a new mission or goal or reach a new audience.
We can be the outside perspective that allows you to see what has become familiar. Let us help you combine your skill sets and external resources to ensure success.
We can provide group facilitation if you are looking for a third party to help move the dialogue between you and your partners.
Learning for All staff will work with you on grant writing and evaluation, from local foundations to state or national funding. We have successfully written for a range of funding opportunities, and we can help you hone your message or ensure you are meeting the goals to the best of your ability.
Many communities are looking for ways to improve the educational attainment of their youth and adults. The educational, nonprofit, and workforce landscape can be challenging, and many overlapping options appear competitive or contradictory. We can help you identify new areas to serve the community, a way to get a better audience with stakeholders or a fresh perspective where you may feel stuck.
Learning for All staff have provided many presentations ranging from keynotes to specific content-driven professional development. Our topics are also broadly varied, from STEM to workforce development, unintended consequences of particular initiatives, the growth potential of effective implementation of new technologies, to the financial impacts of educational, nonprofit, and workforce policy.
The Learning for All staff have worked on writing and garnering support for educational and workforce initiatives. Developing a common language with the interested parties and their representatives leads to a relationship of impactful change and growth. We can introduce you those who represent your community and help walk you through the process of getting your message heard.