Measuring Social Impact:

Mission-Based Data

Evaluation & Strategy

Next session starts on May 5, 2019

Module Description

When ministering, doing non-profit work, developing social responsibility programs, and growing organizations, there is often passion and mission behind it, but the gritty part that will grow an organization and accelerate impact – the numbers, the business strategy, and the operational know-how – may be back-of-mind or unknown.

Module 2 of the Certificate in Spirituality and Social Entrepreneurship will level-up your skills and strengthen the bond between your passion and mission to practical business skills.  Here you will learn to measure impact with ability to scale.  You will learn how to turn your altruistic goal into a practical endeavor that others will be motivated to join.

Module Fee: $1000

Payment Plan Available


  • Accelerate down the a path to becoming systems leaders who can address complex organizational problems in innovative ways
  • Know the six engineering habits of mind: systems thinking, creativity, optimism, collaboration, communication, and ethics
  • Practice the core elements of information literacy

Topics Include

How to determine the extent of the information needed

How to access needed information effectively and efficiently

How to evaluate information and its sources critically

How to incorporate selected information into one’s knowledge base

How to use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose

The economic, legal, social, ethical and practical issues surrounding the access and use of information

Module Facilitator

Quintus Jett PhD

Adjunct Professor in the Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration

Module Details

Module ID

AWI 301 – Measuring Social Impact: Mission-based Data Evaluation and Strategy


$1000 for the individual module


The Certificate in Spirituality and Social Entrepreneurship was designed for emerging social entrepreneurs, ordinary people from all walks of life with extraordinary passion for positive change.


24 Contact Hours are available to Pastors, Pastor Counselor, Nurses, and Chaplains whose certifying agencies or organizations require CE hours. To determine whether or not your seminar qualifies for CEUs, please consult with your certifying body.

California Board of Behavioral Sciences accepts CE credits for license renewal by LCSWs, LEPs, LPCCs, and MFTs for programs from CE approved sponsors. 

LCSWs and MFTs from states other than California need to check with their state licensing board for approval. California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN Provider CEP16887) for licensed nurses in California. CA Emergency Medical Services for EMTs and Paramedics. For questions about these CE accreditations email innovation@sfts.edu.


Module participants meet over the Internet using browser-based conferencing software.


MAY 4 – JULY 31 2019


Mondays, 7:00p – 9:00p PST
Wednesdays, 5:00p – 6:00p PST


Modules are delivered online through the Zoom conferencing system on the Internet.  Meetings are live / synchronous.  All participants are visible to each other and engage in conversations through the system.

Ready to Measure Your Social Impact

Supported in conversation with people from all walks of life, each person who passes through the Applied Wisdom Institute learns how to connect, engage and restore the person who needs the unique support that they alone provide.  Take this Module in Mission-based Data Evaluation and Strategy, and build a practical business skills foundation from which to measure your social impact.