Spotlight: Logic Models

Frayda Gonshor Cohen, EdD, of Rosov Consulting

​Logic models are a vital tool to help program providers, funders and evaluators gain clarity on the why, what, how and “so what” of a program. They show the series of connections--or logical relationships--that are expected to lead to a program’s desired results over time. For this reason, they are often a key component in a grant writing or a reporting process. Do you know what you need to know to develop and present an informed and informative logic model for your programs?

​​​By the end of this two-hour introductory workshop you will:

  • ​​understand the concept of a logic model and how it can inform program planning, implementation, and evaluation
  • ​​Understand the components of a logic model, including inputs, activities, outputs and outcomes
  • ​​Get hands on practice building a logic model

​​This class is for you if you are:

  • ​​a program provider who wants to improve their program design and implementation
  • ​​a grant writer who wants to improve their proposals and get better at articulating a program’s outputs on  outcomes
  • ​​a funder or philanthropy professional who wants to get better at evaluating grantee proposals and reports

** New! "Spotlight" Master Classes are one-session deep dives on a specific topic. Let us know your thoughts on this new format! ** 

A One-session “Spotlight” Master Class

Thursday, December 16
10:00 am – Noon Pacific
11:00 am – 1:00 pm Mountain
Noon – 2:00 pm Central
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern


JPro members – $50
Non-members – $100

If you have been laid off or furloughed from a job at a Jewish nonprofit due to COVID-19, you can take this class for $18 with a subsidy available to you as part of Rise; just email us.