MENTEE Application - EvalYouth Mentoring Program (Phase II - 2019)
EvalYouth is pleased to announce its second Global Mentoring Program 2019, for Young and Emerging Evaluators (YEEs).

This application is for mentees ONLY, and there is a separate application for mentors.

For questions, contact us: Mentoring@evalyouth.evalpartners.org
About the Mentoring Program
EvalYouth launched its first global mentoring program in October 2017, which concluded in May 2018.

This round of the program is informed by findings and recommendations of an external evaluation from the first phase of the program, with improved learning methods, more tailored and improved content, as well as an improved Learning Management System (LMS), and program delivery.

The Mentoring Program design includes:
1) Two introductory sessions (a group one across pairs as a launch of the new edition, and an individual one between
mentors and mentees of each pair to get to know each other)
2) Five modules. The first two will be conducted within a month and the rest will have duration of a month. In total the
duration of the program will be four months from March 01 through June 30, 2019.
3) A closing session and final ceremony, and certificates of completion

Mentors and mentees will use online platforms and social media such as Skype, WhatsApp and Facebook to connect and hold their regular meetings. EvalYouth has also a customized Learning Management System (LMS) to be used as a central platform for the program.

Mentoring Program Goal:
Support upcoming evaluators to become skilled and dependable professionals who can confidently take up evaluation roles in their communities and countries.

Expected Long-term Program Outcome:
YEEs are competent evaluators and contribute to the advancement of evaluation practice

Application Deadline:
The deadline for submission of complete applications (in English) is February 01, 2019, 11:59PM EST (New York Time)

Please make sure you meet the specified application requirements before applying.
Requirements:

1) Availability for a 4 months program, approximately 10 hrs per month (March 01-June 30, 2019)
2) Mentee should have less than five (5) year of experience and/or less than 35 years of age
3) Mentee should have working knowledge of English; and applications should also be submitted in English.

Notes:
1) Applicants who participated in the previous cycle but did not complete it, and those who applied but were not selected have equal opportunity as those applying for the first time.
2) Preference shall be given to applicants who are currently involved in M&E roles either as volunteers or interns, and those who are VOPE members. For a list of registered VOPEs in the International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) database, refer to this link (https://www.ioce.net/vopes)

3) The EvalYouth Global Mentoring Program is free of charge. Selected candidates who drop out of the program without explanation, however, will be asked to cover the costs incurred as a result of dropping out of the program and lack of commitment to its activities.

EvalYouth Task Force II
Email: mentoring@evalyouth.evalpartners.org
Website: www.evalpartners.org/evalyouth

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