You know your support is worth it. Take a look at UMN’s Dr. Johnstone and these beautiful, able, dedicated KARUCO students. Chris is on site interviewing students, staff and stakeholders for the KARUCO Impact Study.
This is Dr. Chris Johnstone’s third evaluation on behalf of ETI. He has previously conducted the KARUCO Impact Baseline Study and the Rural Opportunity Center (ROC) Needs Assessment. Results from the previous KARUCO Student Impact Study began to identify variables that might make a difference in helping students gain access to the resources and knowledge that increase income and help marginalized individuals gain influence and power. Data help ETI and Partners determine whether or not KARUCO is making impact and help us all adjust course and direction. Chris will conduct a multi-measures study that focuses on student views, goals and hopes for the future. In addition, he is enjoying his interactions with students and staff.