Nov 19, 2015-
Nov 19, 2015
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Project Cycle: Design, Implementation & Learning
Project implementation to project learning.
Event Description

Presented by Christopher Szecsey

Critically important to the success of nonprofit projects and funder support is the understanding and application of the Project (Life) Cycle, from project design through project implementation to project learning.

Learn and deepen your knowledge of and skills with this important approach for developing project proposals and delivering improved project results, which in turn leads to more funding.

This participatory workshop will provide a brief overview of the key points of the different phases of the Project Cycle.

Christopher Szecsey is a Volunteer Center Partnering Consultant, Trainer, and Facilitator, working with local nonprofits, multi-stakeholder collaboratives, and government agencies for over 20 years. For more information, see his website: and/or find him on LinkedIn. He has previously designed and delivered workshops for the Resource Center for Nonprofits and other local nonprofits on: nonprofit program and organizational performance assessment and planning (capacity building), board development, board-staff partnership, leadership/management, team strengthening, strategic and action planning, collaboratives/partnering, community engagement, participatory processes such as Appreciative Inquiry, etc. Present and past local clients include: Windsor Wellness Partnership, Community Support Network, Family Justice Center, Regional Parks Foundation, CAP, RECOURSE, Restorative Resources, Conservation Action, West County Community Services, Habitat for Humanity, Redwood Community Health Coalition, La Luz, West Count Healthcare Foundation, Sonoma County Repertory Theater, Santa Rosa Symphony, School Garden Network, school districts, etc. He is presently serving on the board of directors of Global Student Embassy.


Fee: $25.00

Contact Information
Name: Jaime Smedes     Email:
Phone: 707-573-3399      Fax: 707-573-3380




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