While initially envisioned as a formative evaluation, this project was revised to focus on the provision of technical assistance to program staff in the Extension Education Division. Members of the project team worked collaboratively with EED staff to develop logic models, create data collection instruments, and analyze data. We also worked with staff to create short evaluation snapshots and reports that highlight monitoring and evaluation data. Evaluation Center staff conducted workshops and training sessions, provided resource materials, and regularly corresponded with KS EED staff to provide technical assistance and evaluation capacity building. At the end of the project the project expected staff from each of the eight departments to be able to collect, analyze, and report monitoring and evaluation data. They also expected EED to increasingly shift toward a more focused learning organization that uses data to drive decision making. To this end, we had examined self-reported data from EED staff and incorporated indicators to monitor progress Evaluation of Kamehameha Schools’ Extension Education Programs.