Good With Numbers: A New Nonprofit Workshop

Free quarterly workshop with Data Clinic on making data work for your mission and your community.
Introducing Data Clinic’s free quarterly workshop series for nonprofits, which aims to help make data work for their missions and their communities

Through the new Good with Numbers workshop series, Data Clinic is facilitating a small-group format for non-profits to learn:

  • Actionable tips on how to build data strategies.
  • How to make data more valuable, both to your mission-driven organization and the communities you serve.

In each workshop, we cover a core concept of responsible and strategic data use, then split into breakout rooms guided by Data Clinic staff to ensure that every attendee confidently walks away with new learnings.

The first workshop was held on August 17th, 2021. During this virtual workshop, we focused on five tips to narrow in on a strong data project scope.

It’s important to have a strong research question to drive any data analysis your organization engages in. A groundwork built on intention and focus maximizes the chances of success and paves the way for responsible data use, both for solo and collaborative projects.

These tips aren’t just for those early in their data journey. At Data Clinic, we use these tips over and over again in all our project scoping conversations, even with those that have full-time data and research staff.

Attendees left the session with at least one research question to drive their next data project forward, and inspiration from fellow nonprofits’ data and tech-related goals.

Who should attend?

These workshops are reserved for employees of nonprofits:

  • CEOs
  • Data analysts
  • Executive directors
  • Staff members
  • Program officers
  • Research staff

Registration for this event is currently closed. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter to be notified of our next session.

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