• Professional Development

    Ann Emery Workshops, September 24th

    The Canadian Evaluation Society – Nova Scotia Chapter is pleased to present two half-day workshops by Ann Emery Great Graphs (8:30 am-Noon) Dashboard Design (1:00 pm to 4:30 pm) Tuesday, September 24, 2019 Horizon Room, 17th floor, Martime Centre, 1505 Barrington St. Halifax Please register ASAP as there are only 40 available spots. You may register for one or both workshops. Tell Your Story with Data Visualization (Great Graphs) Half-Day Workshop 8:30- Noon Is your data sitting around in spreadsheets, dusty, unused, and forgotten about? Your data deserves to be out in the world: utilized, actionable, talked about. Visualizing data through charts, tables, and diagrams helps you deliver bite-sized information that…

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    CES NS AGM

    The Canadian Evaluation Society Nova Scotia Chapter Annual General Meeting will be held on: Monday, September 16th Noon – 1:30 pm All CES NS members in good standing are invited to attend. This meeting will be held virtually using the Zoom platform Please register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/1de2ef4e9119eb34d746f627e8486654 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. This meeting will be held virtually to increase access for those living across the province, as well as reduce the environmental foot print of the meeting. Thank you again to those of you who participated in the vote that allowed us to postpone the AGM until…

  • Contracts & Jobs

    Employment Opportunity: Mount 101 Program Evaluator

    Mount 101 Program Evaluator Job Description   Mount Saint Vincent University (the Mount) is looking for a Program Evaluator to evaluate the efficacy of the Mount 101 program and the effects it has on student retention and success. Mount 101 is a student transition program that was developed by the Mount, with funding support from the Windsor Foundation and the Harrison McCain Foundation. Starting in September 2018, Mount 101 is required for all incoming Mount undergraduate students, including mature and transfer students (approximately 800 students enrolled for the 2018-19 school year). The program consists of two components: an online student success program hosted in Moodle and a peer mentorship program.…

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    Reminder – Call for Proposals Deadline Friday, December 14, 2018

    The 2019 Conference Planning Committee is pleased to invite you to submit proposals for presentations and workshops that will contribute to our conference theme. The conference will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia from Monday, May 27th – Wednesday, May 29th, 2019 at the Westin Nova Scotian, with pre-conference workshops taking place on Sunday, May 26, 2019. Presentation and Workshop proposal submission details can now be found on the conference site: http://www.c2019evaluationcanada.ca The application deadline is December 14th, 2018. Should you have any questions after reviewing the call for submission package(s), please direct your questions to the committee at: [email protected] We look forward to seeing you in Halifax in May!…

  • Contracts & Jobs

    Employment Opportunity: Northside Rising – Collective Impact Research & Evaluation Lead

    Opportunity: Northside Rising – Collective Impact Research & Evaluation Lead Location: North Sydney, Nova Scotia Structure: Open to individuals, consultants, organizations Starting Date: As soon as possible and no later than November 30, 2018 Background The community of the ‘Northside’, a group neighbourhoods and former towns located on the north side of Sydney harbour within the Cape Breton Regional Municipality on Cape Breton Island is currently in the early phases of a growing community led initiative. An extensive community engagement effort in 2017 resulted in the decision to direct local action to take on the large and growing problem of addiction. Broadly, the initiative seeks to mitigate the causes of…