IMPACT ASSESMENT - "ALUMNI NETWORK" PROGRAMME
he overall objective of this assessment was to evaluate the Programme’s direct or indirect impact on the Alumni Network community.
WHAT DOES GERMINARE PRODUCE IN STUDENTS?
How much do you identify with each of these phrases considering your relationship with Germinare?
|It makes me proud of my roots and ways of life, helps me improve without forgetting who I am||93%||6,70|
|It inspires/inspired trust in me and in my ability to achieve my study, professional or work related goals||87%||6,46|
|It inspires me to take part in solidarity projects / to help others in need of economic, professional or emotional support||83%||6,37|
|It gives/gave support to my family when we are /were in need||83%||6,48|
|Emotional support and affection were essential to help me through my secondary education||67%||6,02|
The encouragement to volunteer in charitable projects stands out in the mayority. With an equal degree of agreement, the Foundation’s support to their families is mentioned.
IMPACT ON STUDENTS’ LIVES
How much do you agree with these phrases related to your personal life?
|One must seize every chance that comes along and not let them pass by||100%||6,87|
|Confidence is essential for success in life||91%||6,59|
|Nothing is impossible, with will and determination, everything can be achieved||85%||6,41|
|Solidarity, empathy and helping others in need are the top values in my life||83%||6,30|
|I feel that giving back to society is a vital project||81%||6,37|
|I like to think of taking part in volunteer / solidarity work in my community||80%||6,09|
|Academic effort and study is the most important road to self-improvement and progress||74%||6,13|
|I believe it is important to take part in workshops and motivational talks for young children to encourage them to make an effort, to study and improve||72%||6,15|
Regarding their private lives, most agree with the following values: Opportunity; Confidence; Good will.
Empathy; Giving back; Partici- pating in solidarity projects also reached high levels of approval.
- Students 18 to 25 years old
- TTB are the highest added scores (7 and 6 on the scale)
- X is the average score
- Grading scale used: 1 to 7, where 1 is absolutely disagree and 7 is absolutely agree
IMPACT ON STUDENTS’ LIVES AND FUTURE EXPECTATIONS
CHANGES IN FUTURE EXPECTATIONS: Have your expectations changed regarding your future and your decisions and your place in society? What sort of changes have you noticed regarding your expectations?
IMPACT ON THEIR FAMILIES
CHANGES AMONG FAMILY MEMBERS: Were there any changes among the members of your family (someone decided to resume their studies, to study, to enter the programme, etc.)? What changes did you notice?
|Interest in further studies / university / academic / motivation to start a new career||63%|
|Complete secondary / resume studies||46%|
|Pride / Support / Motivation from my parents or family memebers||21%|
IMPACT ON THEIR HOME COMMUNITY
CHANGES AMONG CHILDHOOD FRIENDS / NEIGHBOURS: Where there any changes among your childhood friends / neighbours? Were you a role model for the children in your home community? What sort of changes did you notice?
|Interest in/motivation to study||65%|
|Self-worth / thinking anything is possible||41%|