Equitable Recovery Wallet Webinars and Master Classes

Master Classes

Monday, February 6, 2023, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM (Part 1)

Tuesday, February 21, 2023, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM (Part 2)

Master Class: Theory of Change Part 1

The Equitable Recovery Wallet is hosting a two-part master class series on developing Theories of Change (TOC) that will provide a hands-on learning experience for change agents interested in developing a programmatic or organizational TOC. During two 90-minute sessions, participants will develop the necessary foundational knowledge to understand best practices for developing a TOC, including stakeholder engagement and key research, process, and learning considerations. Participants will receive access to tools and templates to help assemble the core ingredients of a TOC, including a problem statement, a population of focus, activities, and outcomes for further exploration. **Please note you should only register for the master classes if you are able to attend both sessions.**

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Master Class: Theory of Change Part 2

The Equitable Recovery Wallet is hosting a two-part master class series on developing Theories of Change (TOC) that will provide a hands-on learning experience for change agents interested in developing a programmatic or organizational TOC. During two 90-minute sessions, participants will develop the necessary foundational knowledge to understand best practices for developing a TOC, including stakeholder engagement and key research, process, and learning considerations. Participants will receive access to tools and templates to help assemble the core ingredients of a TOC, including a problem statement, a population of focus, activities, and outcomes for further exploration. **Please note you should only register for the master classes if you are able to attend both sessions.**

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Intended audience: non-profit organizations; community-based organizations; organizations with an education, opportunity, or wellbeing focus; multiservice organizations or those with singular focus or marquee program.