Difficulty with deploying evaluation methods that can accurately measure the impact of our work is an issue shared between all interfaith organisations. Nonetheless, we are committed to a strict evaluation process that aims to assess the effectiveness of our programmes.
We are always looking for how we can better support students on campus.
In the span of NMYC's two-year existence, we've actively involved more than 1,500 students across a spectrum of programmes. From Voter Registration to Youth Roundtable Discussions, our Faith Historians Project, Interfaith Campus Events, and other various strategic partnerships, our initiatives are designed to cultivate multifaith relationships on campus and amplify the voices of students from diverse faiths and beliefs.
STUDENTS ENGAGED IN NMYC PROJECTS
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We exist to amplify student voices.
Following every programme and event that we run, we ask a student at random to write a blog showcasing their experience. We ask our students to be open and honest with their assessment when evaluating how the activity impacted them. The blogs are shared through our media channels, amplifying the views and shining a spotlight on the personal perspectives of our student attendees.
We will be constantly releasing student blogs. Sign-up to our newsletter to keep-up-date with the latest blog posts. If you are a student and wish to write a blog for us, please get in touch at email@example.com