Darcy has identified a problem in her community and selected an evidence-based mentoring program to implement. Darcy’s next step is to define the elements of the program. This visual depiction of a program plan is called a logic model.
While there are several ways to set up a logic model, typical components include:
- PROCESS MEASURES
- OUTCOME MEASURES
- EXTERNAL FACTOR
Click here for a blank logic model template you can print and fill in as Darcy develops her logic model. Remember, you can set up your own logic model in the way that best presents your program’s main components– this is just a sample.