Building Capacity for Measurement The nonprofit sector is increasingly under pressure to show meaningful results, but organization often don't have the right tools to adequately measure their results or are intimidated by the evaluation process.
Building Capacity for Measurement provides nonprofits with a consultant who will use group training, individual coaching, and technical assistance to help the organization design a simple, effective measurement system for a particular program or activity, as well as a process that can be used to embed the measurement system into the organization's on-going operations. Hands On Board Workshops We offer two Hands On Board classes: a Board Basics class and a Leadership Development class.
Lock and Key Events transform a regular happy hour by adding the ULTIMATE ice breaker theme. With your lock or key, you now have a reason to talk to anyone and everyone you want!This two-person exhibit features blown glass vessels and sculptures of Rob Levin and... More In conjunction with the April exhibition at the Red Dog Gallery, AFAS and featured artist Barbara Rizza Mellin are offering a workshop on Chinese Brush Painting. More The Collegium Musicum Vocal Ensemble and Collegium Instrumentalists will present an early music concert featuring Spanish music from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. More (Emerging Artist Series) Conducted by Christopher James Lees - Be the first to hear the breakthrough ideas of music’s next generation as the Symphony Orchestra plays new works by UNCSA composers. More The King Farmers' Market takes place each Wednesday in the parking lot of the Stokes Family YMCA in King, NC. Our comprehensive capacity-building programming addresses the wide variety of needs and issues that are crucial to the development of vibrant and effective nonprofits.