Youth Development Community of Practice (CoP) (Montgomery County FY17 and Beyond)

This scorecard holds the FY17 and Beyond semi-annual and annual performance measures for reporting purposes for the Youth Development Community of Practice (CoP)Program in Montgomery County.

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Time
Period
Current
Actual
Value
Current
Trend
Baseline
% Change
Story Behind the Curve

The Community of Practice continues to grow both in the number of trainings offered and the numbers of practioners served. The breadth of content has also expanded to impact organizations both within Montgomery County and the State of Maryland. 

There is a great demand for trainings that are free or low cost particularly for small non-profits.

Program Summary

The Collaboration Council is establishing a Youth Development Community of Practice (CoP) infrastructure for practitioners serving youth who are disconnected from school and work. Unlike a typical provider network, a CoP refers to a collection of like-minded practitioners with a shared identity around a collective action who interact to learn from each other, help one another, and build a repertoire of resources to ensure more effective knowledge creation and sharing in their domain.

Target Population

Practitioners at youth serving organizations.

PM
HFY2 2022
1
2
-94%
PM
HFY2 2022
27
3
-90%
PM
HFY2 2022
27
3
-68%
PM
HFY2 2022
100%
1
227%
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Time
Period
Current
Actual
Value
Current
Trend
Baseline
% Change
Program Summary

The Collaboration Council is establishing a Youth Development Community of Practice (CoP) infrastructure for practitioners serving youth who are disconnected from school and work. Unlike a typical provider network, a CoP refers to a collection of like-minded practitioners with a shared identity around a collective action who interact to learn from each other, help one another, and build a repertoire of resources to ensure more effective knowledge creation and sharing in their domain.

Target Population

Practitioners at youth serving organizations.

Data Discussion

Registrations for YD CoP offerings remained consistent with previous years. However, during the pandemic attendance and participation has dropped significantly from previous years’ averages of 80% to 40% in FY 21. This had a significant impact on survey and poll participation in the virtual formats/forums and rate of return of surveys versus survey return for in-person YD CoP offerings in previous years collected (which were collected in the venue from participants in-person). 

PM
FY 2022
8
1
-82%
PM
FY 2022
176
1
-75%
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Time
Period
Current
Actual
Value
Current
Trend
Baseline
% Change
Program Summary
Target Population
PM
HFY2 2017
12
1
1100%
PM
HFY2 2021
235
1
922%
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