• 2019 CES Conference

    Need support to participate in C2019?

    CES NS is pleased to offer the following assistance for up to four CES NS Members needing support to participate in the 2019 Canadian Evaluation Society’s 40th annual conference taking place May 27-29, 2019 in Halifax, NS (with pre-conference workshops on May 26th): Two complementary registrations to the full conference (each valued at $575) One complementary student registration to the full conference (valued at $250) One complementary half-day workshop registration (valued at $140) Please email [email protected] to express your interest in a complementary registration or workshop ASAP, ideally before the early bird deadline of April 30, 2019. Assistance will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis to those needing support to participate. Where to stay? Low-cost accommodation…

  • 2019 CES Conference

    C2019 Deadline Extended

    Great news! The early bird registration deadline for CES 2019 has been extended until April 30th. CES Members and non-members can save $100 on a full registration until April 30, 2019. To take advantage of this offer, please click the link below: http://www.c2019evaluationcanada.ca/ehome/c2019evaluationcanada/reg/ We look forward to seeing you soon in Halifax!

  • CES National,  Professional Development

    Free Webinar – Revised CES Competencies

    Overview for the CES Community Presented by Natalie Kishchuk, VP-PDP WHEN: April 10, 2019 from 12 pm to 1 pm Eastern Daylight Time (English); April 24, 2019 from 12 pm to 1 pm Eastern Daylight Time (French) WHERE:CES webinars take place online using the GoToWebinar platform. You can check your computer’s requirements here. REGISTRATION:Please go here to register:  April 10, 2019, April 24, 2019 COST:Free for all CES members. LANGUAGE:English, French Webinar focus: This webinar will present the updated CES Competencies for Canadian Evaluation Practice. One of CES’s key roles is to contribute to the professionalization of evaluation practice. While the Competencies were developed as part of CES’s Professional Designation (Credentialing)…

  • Contracts & Jobs

    Employment Opportunity: Inspiring Communities Digby – Evaluation Lead

    Inspiring Communities Digby – Evaluation Lead   Background  Inspiring Communities is a provincial non-profit organization that works with communities to achieve real and lasting change. Together with partners in the community, we find solutions to the challenges identified by communities through a collaborative approach known as collective impact. The work of collective impact is driven by the priorities and interests of the community. It is informed by research that helps us all to better understand complex social issues and ways to work together to resolve them.  Inspiring Communities has the support of eight provincial government departments and is currently working directly in three communities in the province: Dartmouth North; North…