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An overview of PINs leaders evaluation of the 2012-13 PINs program

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PINs 2012-13 Leaders Evaluation overview PINs 2012-13 Leaders Evaluation overview Presentation Transcript

  • Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) 2013 Evaluation August 2013
  • What is PINs? A network of associations building connections for immigrant employment Goal: To work collaboratively with networks and partners to build the capacity of the networks to connect their members to employment
  • PINs initiative objectives 1. Build capacity: Strengthen the individual and collective organizational capacity of the networks 2. Develop and empower leaders: Create a network of leaders and support their development 3. Make connections: Create effective working relationships between the networks & other stakeholders
  • PINs 2013 Evaluation Overview May to June 2013 an online evaluation about the past year of PINs programming was sent to all PINs leaders • 22 out of 43 associations responded • 3 respondents recently joined the PINs network
  • PINs initiative objective #1 Build capacity: Strengthen the individual and collective organizational capacity of the networks • 87% applied what they learned in last year’s activities • 73% stated PINs had an impact on improving their association’s organizational management capacity • Re-formulated & reinforced mission, vision and improved communication with members
  • PINs initiative objective #2 Develop and empower leaders: Create a network of leaders and support their development • 85% benefited from collaborating with other immigrant associations and partners in the PIN network • 60% implemented new programs or initiatives as a result of involvement with the PINs network • Sharing of resources & expertise
  • PINs initiative objective #3 Make connections: Create effective working relationships between the networks & other stakeholders • 93% acted upon connections and referrals made through PINs • 67% noticed an increase in collaboration between immigrant associations • New contacts, networking and opportunities for collaboration. Sharing of leads, references and funding ideas
  • PINs Evaluation summary Other comments: • Growth in the professional networks of many members of PINs associations • Different stages for associations, needs are not the same • Leverage the connections made to promote associations • Building a larger network and increased networking and collaboration opportunities • We have significantly increased scale, reach and extent of impact on our members
  • Learn more about PINs at: www.networksforimmigrants.ca