Define the Outcomes
These can be changes in individuals, systems, policies, or institutions that you seek to achieve. They may reflect shifts in relationships, knowledge, awareness, capabilities, attitudes, and/or behaviors.
Outcomes should be logically time-sequenced, from progress expected within a few months of participation in the program, to markers of change at the middle of your program, to changes expected by the end of the program and, if possible to measure, beyond.
- Increased job skills and readiness
- Acquired a job and maintained employment for six months post-program
the Developing Outcomes worksheet