Center for Public Humanities Organization Survey
This survey is intended to help the Center for Public Humanities' staff and advisory board gain a better understanding of your organizations' mission, goals, assets and needs, in the hopes that we can serve you better. Thank you for your time and thoughtful answers!
What is the name of your organization?
Please provide the most effective way to contact your organization.
What would you identify as the major strengths of your organization? (Select up to 5)
Dedicated group of volunteers
Compelling mission or "story" to tell
Strong support and awareness within the community
Ability to secure grant and private donor funding
Partnerships with other community organizations (schools, cultural institutions, libraries, etc.)
Dedicated and involved board of directors/advisors
Facilities necessary to accomplish mission
Stable funding and budget plans for the foreseeable future
In thinking about your organization's goals and mission, what changes would be the most effective in helping it better achieve those? (Select up to 3)
Creativity in programming
Assistance with publicity and PR
Better cooperation with community partners
Improved facilities (larger building, establishing a physical location, maintenance, etc.)
Greater familiarity with digital media technology (social media, digital storytelling, etc)
Access to training in professional standards and best practices
Please rank your organization's interest in working with other area arts and humanities organizations, on a scale of 1 to 5.
Not at all interested
If you answered the last question affirmatively, what do you find are the biggest obstacles to collaborating with other organizations?
Lack of knowledge of how to collaborate with other organizations.
Lack of knowledge of other organizations to collaborate with.
Lack of time to coordinate with other organizations.
Lack of resources necessary to collaborate with other organizations.
Lack of interest from other organizations
Please indicate your interest in attending a free social event hosted by the Center for Public Humanities in order to network with other arts and humanities organizations in the region, on a scale of 1 to 5.
Not at all interested
Would your organization like to be notified about professional development opportunities for nonprofit professionals hosted at Slippery Rock University?
Prior to this survey, had you heard about the Center for Public Humanities (CPH)?
Would your organization like to be notified about future CPH programs and events?
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