Please spread the word to those individuals who may be interested in getting involved in evaluation as a career. Event poster: (studenteventposter-dec2016)
Date: Friday, December 2, 2016
Location: Rowe Bldg
6100 University Ave, Rm 3001
Please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
You’re invited to attend student presentations of evaluation frameworks developed in partnership with various provincial and federal government departments.
Following the presentations meet with evaluators, including Canadian Evaluation Society Nova Scotia Chapter Board members to learn about career opportunities in evaluation and about student opportunities with the Canadian Evaluation Society.
This opportunity was passed on to us, so we will pass it onto you- our members, and those of you interested in evaluation in Nova Scotia.
Click this link to see the full job posting: Outcome Mapping Opportunity
We are recruiting a part time Assistant Facilitator for a fixed-term contact to support the work of the OMLC. This is an ideal way to get more involved in the work of the community and to quickly learn a lot about Outcome Mapping.
The contract is for an initial period of three months, from November 2016 to January 2017, for up to four days per month and a total of 12 days. Location is not a limitation as the role is remote and all we need is a good Skype connection. Please see attached for the terms of reference and how to apply. Closing date is 13th November. Please pass on to anyone you think may be interested.
Any questions, please contact me.
Outcome Mapping Learning Community
| E-mail: (email@example.com) | Web: www.outcomemapping.ca |
Follow us on Twitter @outcomemapping
Beginners start here: www.outcomemapping.ca/start-here
In case you don’t follow us on twitter @cesnovascotia there are two job postings for program evaluation work that were recently posted on Career Beacon. Please find the links below, and be sure to follow us on twitter!
Youth Program Evaluator/Facilitator
Coordinator Evaluation and Learning
Have a great long weekend everyone!
The 2017 Conference Planning Committee is pleased to invite evaluation professionals, members of academia, students, and other potential presenters to submit proposals for presentations and workshops that will contribute to our conference theme.
The conference will be held in Vancouver, BC from April 30 to May 3, 2017. Pre-conference workshops will occur on Sunday, April 30, 2017.
The conference theme is: “Facing Forward: Innovation, Action, and Reflection”.
Presentation proposals can be submitted electronically by visiting the site http://c2017.evaluationcanada.ca/proposal-submission/.
Le comité organisateur du Congrès 2017 est heureux d’inviter les professionnels de l’évaluation, les universitaires, les étudiants et les autres présentateurs potentiels à soumettre des propositions de présentations et d’ateliers qui s’inscriront dans la thématique de notre congrès. On trouvera un appel d’ateliers distinct dans le site Web du congrès.
Le congrès aura lieu à Vancouver du 30 avril au 3 mai 2017. Des ateliers pré-congrès se donneront le dimanche 30 avril 2017.
Le congrès est axé sur le thème : « Face à l’avenir : innovation, action et réflexion ».
La soumission d’une proposition de présentation peut se faire par voie électronique, depuis la page http://c2017.evaluationcanada.ca/fr/soumettre-une-proposition/.
The Public Service Commission, along with the Centre for Advanced Management Education at Dalhousie University is offering a workshop in program evaluation. The focus will be on developing an evaluation framework for a project in need of evaluation. The four day workshop will teach the necessary concepts as well as take you step by step through a credible evaluation process. The workshop will be especially helpful for those who have responsibility for reporting on program outcomes. The dates are Oct 17, Nov 7 – 8 and Dec 5.
Instructor: Dr. Kaireen Chaytor
The fee $1,250.00 (+ HST) includes a manual and a text for future reference. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration should be completed by October 7, 2016. Click here for the workshop flyer!