U.S Census Bureau and The Grants Collective Present: Census Training

U.S Census Bureau and The Grants Collective Present: Census Training!

The U.S. Census Bureau has robust data that can be effectively used in grant applications to build your case and demonstrate the demographics of the communities you serve. In partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau, we’re bringing training to Albuquerque and invite you to join us on June 13th!

About The Trainer
We are excited to welcome Kimberly Davis from the U.S. Census Bureau. Kimberly joined the U.S. Census Bureau in 2008 to serve as a clerk for the Partnership and Data Services Program. During the 2010 Census, Kimberly worked in the Tribal and Government divisions of the Denver Regional Office Partnership Program assisting with outreach and marketing efforts. Currently, Kim lives in Denver, Colorado, and is a Data Dissemination Specialist of Customer Liaison and Marketing Services Office, serving the states of Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, and Wyoming.

The Details
This event is two sessions; attend one or both, and will be held at our office at 901 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Suite D-220. Each session is $20 or $35 for both. Cooperative Network members receive free admission to the training, but we request you reserve a ticket for facility planning purposes. Contact Robert at robert@thegrantscollective.org for the access code!

Register through this link: http://bit.ly/CensusReg

Census Basics 9:30 – 11:30am

Learn how, when, and why data is collected, and where data can be found by surveys; understand the geography terms used by the Census Bureau and what you can find at the different levels; and learn how to use the American FactFinder.
Census Advanced Users 1:00 – 3:00 pm

Learn new data tools the Census has available; explore the Census’ economic data tools, and learn what micro-data means to the Census Bureau.
We recommend you bring a laptop to fully participate in the training.
For more information, contact Robert Nelson, Program Manager, at robert@thegrantscollective.org.



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