New Logic Models and Theories of Change

The NMRC Research Board just released some new downloadable examples of logic models and theories of change for several types of youth mentoring programs. These examples can help mentoring programs, funders, and policymakers craft more effective mentoring programs for specific youth populations and outcomes. Each set of examples is accompanied by a brief write up that highlights distinctive characteristics of the logic model and theory of change for that type of mentoring program, as well as key supporting research and additional resources.

New Logic Models and Theories of Change topics include:

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