Amador County Child Care Council: Needs Assessment

SEI conducted a comprehensive countywide assessment of community assets and needs related to early care and education (ECE) services, covering ECE service, supply and demand, workforce composition, workforce stability, and other important factors. […]

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Amador County Child Care Council: Recruitment and Retention Training

SEI developed tools and training materials to assist the Council with recruitment and retention of volunteer Council members, conducted the training for the existing Council, and delivered the tools and training materials for the organization to use in the future. […]

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Alpine County Local Child Care and Development Council: Strategic Planning

SEI assisted with the development of a five-year strategic plan to guide the Council’s future activities by preparing and facilitating a two-day planning retreat and then developing the strategic plan document based on the results of the retreat. […]

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Alameda County Children and Families Commission (First 5 Alameda County): Salary Study

SEI conducted a study to update the salary ranges for 59 positions within the organization based on market conditions in order to make salaries more competitive.  The study included obtaining market-based salary data, matching Commission positions to the best available market-based data, and developing new salary ranges based on a consistent methodology. […]

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Nevada County: Community Health Improvement Plan

SEI worked with Nevada County in 2014 to conduct a community health assessment that led to the development of a Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). The CHIP documented a long-term systematic effort to improve public health in the county. SEI facilitated meetings to engage a broad cross-section of Nevada County’s organizations, agencies, and institutions to […]

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Nevada County Public Health: Community Health Needs Assessment

Nevada County contracted with SEI contracted to assist with a Community Health Assessment (CHA) for the purpose of achieving national public health department accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB). SEI used an evidence-based framework to engage county leadership and stakeholders to gather and analyze data and develop a comprehensive picture of community health. […]

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Glenn County Children and Families Commission: Program Evaluation 2016-2017

SEI monitored and supported implementation of the existing program evaluation system, provided targeted capacity building, and provided targeted coaching and support specifically related to annual requirements of First 5. […]

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Monterey County Children and Families Commission: Organizational Assessment and Sustainability Planning

In order to support the long-term sustainability of early childhood development and family support services funded by First 5 Monterey County, SEI was engaged to assist 19 diverse public and nonprofit organizations with conducting a comprehensive assessment of their organizational capabilities and using the assessment results to guide capacity building plans for each organization that […]

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Merced County Children and Families Commission: Organizational Assessment and Capacity Building

SEI licensed its package for conducting comprehensive organizational assessments of nonprofit organizations to First 5 Merced, trained local consultants on conducting organizational assessments using the SEI methodology and toolkit, conducted one assessment in conjunction with the local consultants, and provided support to the local consultants in completing three more assessments of nonprofit children and family […]

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