Tools and Resources for Assessing Social Impact (TRASI) is a searchable, expert-reviewed database of over 150 approaches to measuring the impact of social programs and investments. It also features a community portal for nonprofits, grantmakers, and social enterprises to connect with peers and evaluation experts. Launched in 2010, TRASI was developed to address the social sector's need for a knowledge base of tested strategies for evaluation and assessment. TRASI is a project of the Foundation Center, developed in partnership with McKinsey & Co. and with input from experts in the field.
With TRASI you can:
Teaching manual with in total 22 training sessions on entrepreneurship. The pedagogical vision refer to non-formal education and the vision on entrepreneurship is based on values and the economic proposal for the economy for the common good.
This pack contains step-by-step guides and a range of other resources (for example, case studies, business scenarios, resources and printable materials) to support the delivery of each session.
The course is divided into two levels:
The course is made up of eleven sessions at each level. The sessions are designed to last approximately one hour.
This is the application form we use during the Travel Beyond! - training course. The application form contains the basic elements of most grant applications, or request for foundations.
The deadline for applications is 09/09/2016 at 17:00.
All applications and annexes need to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.