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Application and Selection
Please send your application (CV and portfolio) to email@example.com no later than August 20, 2017. Portfolio should showcase the applicant’s experience and past projects that will allow her / him to complete the assignment successfully with all its deliverables as per this ToR.
We are calling for applications from eligible evaluation professionals from the Global South for participation in the International Evaluation Conferences which will be held between September and December 2017 (AES, SAMEA, EvalMENA, WBEN, AEA, IDEAS, etc…)
The deadline for receiving applications is midnight GMT September 22, 2017, except AES applications which will be processed on first come – first served basis.
Only completed applications with supporting documents will be considered for selection. The selection results will be made known by October 13, 2017. Please send your applications as per the format given in annex 1 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any question should be directed to the same address.
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Are you a young and/or emerging evaluator, seeking to establish and enhance you career in the field of evaluation?
Are you finding it difficult to advance your career due to limited professional development opportunities?
Are you looking for an experienced evaluation mentor (from your country/region or other countries/regions) to support, coach and guide you in your evaluation career enhancement effort?
Are your financial means limited and impeding you from realizing your professional development objectives to enroll in available professional development opportunities?
If you answered yes to one or more of the above questions, then
EvalYouth Mentoring Program is just for you!
As young professionals, our career needs are sometimes demanding and it may be challenging to find the right guidance to create a successful career. Although there are many excellent evaluation mentors around the world, getting matched to one of these career builders may be challenging. Location, language, financial resources, etc. can be common barriers for young and emerging evaluators (YEEs).
A recent survey EvalYouth conducted, showed that 90% of responding YEEs believe that a global evaluation mentoring program is highly relevant and greatly needed. EvalYouth, through its mentoring program, supported by EvalPartners, fills this gap and provides opportunities for highly motivated YEEs to connect with more experienced evaluation professionals for a 6 to 12 month mentoring program.
EvalYouth mentoring program targets YEEs across all countries and regions around the world. We are looking for YEEs who demonstrate commitment to the evaluation profession, and are looking to commit their time and effort to the advancement of their career.
Important information about the Program:
Mentoring is for 6 to 12 months;
Mentee should be maximum 35 years old
Mentee should have no more than 5 years of experience in the evaluation profession
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The Claremont Evaluation Center provides world-class practical and theoretical training workshops in evaluation and applied research.
This longstanding series, taught by leading academics and seasoned practitioners, is made even more accessible by highly interactive online webcasts. Previous years have consistently brought hundreds of participants to Claremont from across the globe, representing an exciting cross-section of the private and public sectors.
Workshops include practical topics (such as grant writing, running an evaluation consulting agency, and working with stakeholders) as well as rigorous methodological topics (qualitative, quantitative, mixed-methods, appreciative inquiry, blue marble, and more).