CESEF is a not-for-profit organization with the mandate to improve national capacity for evaluation through educational activities. It provides scholarships, awards, and educational opportunities related to the field of program evaluation. It also hosts the welcome and silent auction at the CES annual conferences
CESEF is seeking people to join the board to fill 3 vacancies: vice-chair, membership and member at large. If you are aware of an evaluation professional who may be interested, please contact Colleen Goggin at [email protected]
The Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society, in collaboration with the Nova Scotia Government Evaluators’ Network, invite you to the participatory day-long symposium: Putting Evaluation Theory into Practice: Strengthening Evaluation Culture, Addressing Challenges and Seizing Opportunities.
Please join us for:
- Panel presentations and discussions on: Evidence informed decision making in Nova Scotia, with Krista Connell, CEO of the Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation, Graham Steele, former Minister of Finance and Susanna Fuller of the Ivany Commission; as well as an organizations’ first-hand experiences building evaluation culture
- Poster presentations
- Café- style discussions
Date: May 29th 2014
Time: 9:00am- 4:15pm Registration starts at 8:30am
Location: World Trade & Convention Centre-1800 Argyle St., Halifax, NS
Cost: CES Member: FREE
Non Member: $50
Student: $25 with valid student ID
*CES-NS members are still required to register for catering purposes.
Lunch will be provided.
Interested in contributing a poster or distributing information about your consulting practice? Contact Rob Chatwin @ 1-902-424-7753 or by e-mail at [email protected]
Please note the CES-NS Annual General Meeting will immediately follow this symposium.
Please register by May 23rd 2014 by completing the attached registration form. Completed forms can be submitted to: [email protected] or by fax to: 902-424-7753.
Don’t forget to register for the CES 2014 National Conference in Ottawa from June 15 to 18. This year’s theme is 35 Years: Celebrating Contributions to Canadian Evaluation and the preliminary program is already available.
There are 22 excellent workshops ranging from beginner to advanced – register soon because they are filling up fast! C2014 is a great opportunity to see what is going on in the community, network with other evaluators and get any professional development hours you need to maintain your credentialed evaluator designation.
Register at http://c2014.evaluationcanada.ca/registration/ soon to secure your spot! You are also invited to “like” the C2014 Facebook page to keep abreast of all the news and to join the conference LinkedIn group to start networking ahead of this event!
The chapter board has been collaborating with the Nova Scotia Government Evaluators Network on the development of the CES-NS Symposium.
There will be more information on this event in the near future, please keep an eye on our website for more details. The symposium will be free for members.
CES members who are in consulting practices are invited to join the event over the noon hour to promote the work they do to the government evaluators who are attending. Tables will be provided for displays. This will be a great networking opportunity!
If you are interested in joining us, please forward an email to [email protected].
The Nova Scotia Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society is seeking nominations for Treasurer, Membership Chair and IT Chair to hold office for the period of May 2014 to May 2016. Please see the position descriptions here.
The volunteer Board meets once a month and is made up of dedicated members from NGO’s, government and private sectors; some members are experienced evaluators and others are new to the field. If you are interested in offering your name for nomination to the Board or would like more information please contact Janet Ivory at [email protected] or at 902 424 2370. Nominations will be accepted until May 22, 2014.