Third Sector put together a short video to summarize our recent blog series, Strategies for Inclusively and Equitably Building a Diverse Team: Recruitment Process Changes. Third Sector Associate Joanna Kuang and HR Manager Danielle Antico take us through the three parts of the Recruitment Process Changes:
- Rewriting the Job Description
- Re-Evaluating the Summer Manager Compensation Package
- Restructuring the Interviews
After watching this video, please follow the links above for more detail, or contact Danielle Antico at email@example.com
Tools for Improving Outcomes for Children and Families: An Interactive Workshop on Selecting Metrics and Building Feedback Loops to Deliver Results
On April 4th, Third Sector Director H. Kay Howard and Senior Associate Miranda Beggin, along with Laura Ganci, PhD, LMFT, Director of Research and Evaluation at Children’s Services Council of Broward County (FL) will share multiple examples of learning together in partnership with nonprofit providers to select metrics and leverage data to drive continuous improvement and equity in this interactive workshop. The session will use case studies from the national Pay for Success
As of February 2019, Third Sector Asia will be officially rebranded as Tri-Sector Associates – a homegrown Asia and Oceania focused brand that will continue to be a global collaboration with Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc.
Third Sector is one of the leading organizations in the US in implementing innovative Pay for Success contracting models that drive government resources toward high-performing social programs. Since 2017, its affiliate Third Sector Asia has been exploring how to best adapt the Pay for Success model to the social sector in Asia and Oceania. In
Third Sector CEO Caroline Whistler spoke at the Workforce Frontiers Symposium in San Diego about our work with the San Diego Workforce Partnership and how result driven pay-for-performance approaches can actually improve people’s lives.
Caroline talks about the need to embrace accountability but develop flexible and innovative approaches to human-centered on-the-ground funding. She demonstrates that a different way of funding the system is possible and aligning resources with measurable results will effectively help communities in need. Watch her full speech below.
The recent Stanford Social Innovation Review article “Social Impact Bonds: More Than One Approach” highlights the work of Santa Clara’s Project Welcome Home and Los Angeles County’s Just-in-Reach project, both of which Third Sector has been deeply engaged. The article discusses how social impact bonds differ between projects and geographies, and how those differences impact implementation. More specifically, it points to Project Welcome Home as a great example of multiple funders working at difference risk levels and roles. And among the authors’ recommendations, they suggest that in the design of Pay for