Cultural Data Project Presents WorkshopArts Council Partners with CDP for Intro Session
In partnership with Arts Council of Greater Lansing, the Cultural Data Project is excited to host an introductory session on the CDP, including data collection and why it’s important along with an overview of how to work along with the CDP.
Join us on March 26, 2015 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. to discuss how consistent data collection can help your organization make decisions, plan for the future and build convincing cases to stakeholders. Our new user orientation will also provide an overview of working with the CDP, including:
-registering your organization
-navigating the CDP website
-entering your organization's data into a CDP Data Profile
Get the most out of the CDP
Designed with first-time users of the CDP in mind, this session will also provide tips on how to help your organization get the most out of the CDP through our useful reporting tools and other resources. All MCACA grants, with the exception of the mini grant, require the CDP in the grant-application process in order for applicants to receive maximum grant dollars.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the CDP and what it can do for you! Make sure you get the most out of your grants.