Organizations and Nonprofits operated by people of color or seeking to serve people of color need MEASURE tools that center Black and Brown voices. Social disparities have anchored their stories and experiences from being elevated.
MEASURE has innovated, tested, and launched the Certified Measure Educator Program pairing each organization or nonprofit with a CME and volunteers to support and provide the necessary tools for a successful story or initiative, MEASURING social progress.
Why become a CME
By becoming a CME, you can make a powerful impact on social disparities.
Certified MEASURE Educator (CME) Facilitator, MEASURE staff and volunteers who are certified in 1 or more MEASURE tools and are able to support other nonprofits or organizations. Must haves: Strong communication skills, the ability to relate to others, the ability to trusts others. Require 4-16 hours a month.
The Process/Next Steps
After you’ve volunteered and served on at least 2 MEASURE projects, you can register for training to become a CME.
All MEASURE tools are FREE for Black and Brown-Led organizations and collaborations.
What other CME’s have to say
“Measure brought a different perspective to how I view community based surveys. In the past, I would think a survey was just about asking a bunch of questions on Survey Monkey and viewing the results. Measure’s approach was different. They made sure that the survey was accessible and digestible to people of all backgrounds, each question they asked was asked with such intent, where one question was answering three questions. I felt like the team was very committed where everybody had their own expertise and were valued at the table. Measure creates surveys to collect data that can save lives, improve the quality of life for communities of color, and helps bring to reality through numbers the experiences we all know exist. “ Angelica Erazo