Using data to inspire the next generation of educators
Hello Insight is very pleased to announce that Kara Coleman has joined the team as our new Member Success Director. For her initial introduction, we invited her to take part in a brief interview.
As many Hello Insight members are gearing up for summer and a return to in-person programming, we know that more and more youth-serving organizations are looking to use this time
Now you have more possibilities to get valid data with a single point in time survey.
Research demonstrates sports-based youth development programs foster social and emotional learning, especially among young men of color.
Since launching Hello Insight: Sports two years ago, we have seen over 200 sports-based youth development (SBYD) programs nationwide use the tool to continuously gather feedback from thousands of young
Over the past few months, this country has witnessed a powerful movement of young organizers. Many were impelled by the murder of George Floyd and impelled to take their fight
More than ever, youth-serving nonprofit organizations are being called upon to fill an unprecedented need to serve young people, left in the wake of a global pandemic, a national economic
Funding to benefit under-resourced communities inevitably raises questions of power. Improving the lives of those on the downside of power necessarily entails increasing their own agency and ability to change
In this Stanford Social Innovation Review article, Dr. Kim Sabo Flores, CEO of Hello Insight, argues that, “the gap between those organizations that have access to high-quality evaluations and those
Hello Insight and Youth INC are pleased to announce our 2018/2019 Superstar Award winners. Through an extensive nomination process developed by the Superstar Foundation, judges reviewed over thirty applications
Always learning and constantly reflecting, Hello Insight members are dedicated to improving their work with young people. We’re excited to honor seventeen of these members with the 2019 HI
In the youth development program, Food for Thought, young people are planting the seeds for their own growth. Through working on organic farms, along with community service projects, youth philanthropy,
Over the years, those working in youth organizing have witnessed the important role their work plays in a young person’s development. These types of programs train young people in
Through rugby, young people can build strong team collaboration skills. Many people did not know that young people in New York City love the game of rugby, but one group,
There is a deep love of baseball in New York’s East Harlem community. DREAM’s TeamBuilders program has not only tapped into young people's passion for baseball, but they’
Over the past two years we have worked alongside the YMCA of the USA to develop an easy-to-use continuous improvement tool with real-time, research-based reporting for their Achievers program. But
How do we ensure young people have “a voice and a choice” in our program? How do we incorporate young people’s desires, needs, and perspectives while still meeting program
Youth programs need to communicate with many kinds of stakeholders — people with different kinds of interests in the program, such as parents, staff, and board members. Communication needs in your
“Data-driven decision-making” sounds good in theory; in practice, there can be a long road between having data and actually using it to drive decisions. While it’s up to each
What happened to free time? Time to play, experiment, and create relationships? The most important parts of childhood have been relegated to the in-between times.
One of the most exciting things about working with Hello Insight's community is the opportunity to witness the breadth of the incredible youth development work we support. We’re as