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Consultation for Use of Program Design Logic Models
OP&A is offering a one-hour free consultation on the use of logic models in program design every Tuesday morning at 10:00am on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Whitney Watriss to schedule a session.
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The OP&A team includes highly skilled and experienced professionals who routinely host a number of national and international interns and fellows who not only supplement the permanent staff but bring fresh perspectives to OP&A's work and increase understanding among and integrate approaches to diverse cultures. Much of its work depends on both internal and external strategic alliances and collaborative relationships that involve multiple partners and complementary capabilities including shared resources, understanding, meaningful engagement, and new opportunities.