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  • 02/06/2024 12:40 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)


    External Evaluator on Effective Consortium Practices 

    Due Date:

    February 20, 2024 Not later than 2:30 P.M 


    Dr. Josephine Kershaw

    Dean of Institutional Effectiveness & Equity




    For the joint evaluation of the CAREERS Workforce cohort at Jefferson College and Ohlone College, an external evaluator will be engaged to provide guidance for project investigators on effective consortium practices. The external evaluator will also be required to provide guidance and evaluate the consortium’s high school and college partnerships, provide guidance and evaluate branding and marketing for the Ohlone College Biotechnology Program and provide guidance and evaluate progress on industry partnerships.

    This process will commence with a virtual evaluation workshop to present guidance for investigators and faculty on both Jefferson College and Ohlone College campuses. The Year 1 workshop will cover an overview of the evaluation design, methods, and data analysis plan. A midterm Year 2 progress report for the project would include summary joint data collected by the individual institutions. The final Year 3 evaluation report would provide feedback on consortium collaboration effectiveness that would be used to inform future partnerships. Jefferson College in Hillsboro, Missouri and Ohlone College in Fremont, California comprise the Colleges Aligning Resources to Elevate Education and Regional STEM (CAREERS) Workforce consortium that is funded for 3 years by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Enabling Partnerships to Increase Innovation Capacity (EPIIC) grant. 

    Two Supporting Documents:

    - Full RFP

    - Advertisement for Bids

  • 01/30/2024 12:45 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Title: Culturally Specific Domestic Violence Impact Evaluation

    Due Date: 2/16/24, 5 pm CST

    Organization: Metropolitan Family Services

    Submission: Interested evaluators must submit their proposals via email to evaluationoutcomes@metrofamily.org. The proposal should include the following information in no more than 10 pages (see attached PDF for more details).

    Contact Person: Applicants may also submit written questions about the RFP via email to Christie Pettitt- Schieber, Senior Director of Evaluation & Outcomes, at pettitt- schieberc(at)metrofamily(dot)org. Please use the subject heading “CSDV Eval RFP” 

    Full RFP

  • 01/24/2024 8:42 AM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title: 

    Director of Impact and Evaluation, Bridge Communities

    Job Summary:

    Reporting to the CEO, Director of Impact and Evaluation drives the programmatic and administrative evaluation plans, processes, and tools to elevate insights that influence and advance equitable client and community outcomes by leading the organization’s learning and evaluation activities. The Director is responsible for evaluating the effectiveness and impact of programs and limited administrative functions.  The Director will also make recommendations to enhance programs and services and provide leadership to create a culture of equitable evaluation practice, learning and continuous improvement.

    The Director is the organizational strategic and functional leader for data management and evaluation to drive innovation by strengthening Bridge’s culture and competencies for data quality, data analysis, measurement, and evaluation. They provide leadership to develop and implement systems for measuring and evaluating Bridge Communities’ impact. As a senior member of the organization, the Director of Impact and Evaluation reports to the Chief Executive Officer and is member of the Bridge Leadership Team. The Director serves as an internal consultant and resource to the Chief Executive Officer, Board of Directors, Insights and Impact Committee, program directors, and staff. The Director supervises a Database Specialist and professional consultants and volunteers that support the Salesforce platform.

    The Director works closely with all department directors to continually refine and implement internal performance measurement systems that promotes accurate, efficient, and reliable data collection, meaningful evaluation and reporting to staff peers and leadership, Board of Directors and external stakeholders. The Director works in partnership with program directors and staff to evaluate and summarize findings to promote innovative and effective program initiatives for client families and communities served. Additionally, the Director supports the Development team with grant writing and reporting, annual reports and other external communications and marketing materials.

    The Director of Impact and Evaluation is a 40-hour per week, salaried exempt position.  This position qualifies for all Bridge Communities offered benefits, including health and disability insurance, generous paid time off, 403(b) retirement matching, et al. This position will occasionally require work outside of normal business hours.  They will have an office at the organization’s headquarters in Glen Ellyn and is expected to be based in the office three days per week.

    Learn More and see application details here!

  • 01/18/2024 12:11 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title: 

    Manager, Pediatric Health Equity Scholars Network (Grant Funded)

    Job Description:

    The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the nation’s leading advocacy organization for children’s healthcare, seeks a public health professional with strong project management skills for a newly created role. This 2-year grant funded position is made possible by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and will manage the development and implementation of the “Building a Race-Conscious Approach to Pediatric Policy and Research” project. The project will establish a scholars’ network to support those engaging in culturally effective, equity-focused research and will foster a supportive ecosystem for health equity research and researchers.

    Download full job description here. 

    Learn more and apply here!

  • 01/16/2024 12:20 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title: 

    Research Associate I - Social Sciences Educational Psychology Dept 

    Job Description:

    This position is funded by multiple grants focused on youth mentoring research and closely related research topics. The position is responsible for research coordination of these grant projects including preparing IRB materials, participant recruitment, gathering ethnographic observations, administering surveys and qualitative interviews, preparing data for analysis, assisting with quantitative and qualitative analyses, and writing reports. 

    Learn more and apply here

  • 09/07/2023 9:47 AM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    RFP Title: Evaluation of Pediatric Use of NASEM’s Resilience and Wellbeing Tools

    Due Date: Sept 20, 2023, 11:59 pm

    Interested consultants can direct questions to 385rfp@aap.org.

    Download RFP here.

    Download Cost proposal here. 

  • 08/25/2023 12:05 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Learn more and register by clicking here!

    Evaluation and Assessment as Healing: Towards Culture-Based Paradigms of Care

    Injury and illness. Anger, hostility, and destruction. Disregard, disrespect, and dishonesty. Betrayal. As scholars, practitioners, and as global citizens, we are surrounded by toxicity in ways that can make the ideals of CREA appear unattainable. Yet we embrace and embody the belief that people from distinct cultures can live together harmoniously, and that culturally responsive evaluation and assessment can offer guidance toward a more just future.

    The theme of CREA VII both acknowledges the pain and challenges us to engage in a culture-based paradigm of care that uses evaluation and assessment to promote healing and transformation. A culture-based paradigm of care guides us to understand culture and context, learn from and with communities, support actions toward health and healing, and seek effective ways to create more responsive environments for individuals, groups, and communities.

    Adopting a stance of care seeks to identify and avoid evaluation and assessment practices that demean or otherwise harm stakeholder groups. For example, the ground-breaking AERA publication on Fairness in Educational and Psychological Testing (Jonson & Geisinger, 2022) raises critical issues about the alignment of culturally responsive assessment with nurturing and cultivating talents and strengths vs. obscuring or pathologizing them. Finally, caring demands reflection upon our practices and their impact on current and historical contexts and authentically occurring, context-specific experiences.

    This theme is timely and expansive, leaving room to address healing people, healing the environment, and healing our systems and institutions. For example, this theme examines how evaluation and assessment can be viewed through a lens of care when applied to issues of:

    • Indigenous and minoritized populations
    • Educational and psychological assessment  
    • Environmental land policies and practices
    • Public health policies and practices
    • Civic Engagement
    • Philanthropy

     Jonson, J. L., & Geisinger, K. F. (Eds.). (2022). Fairness in Educational and Psychological Testing: Examining Theoretical, Research, Practice, and Policy Implications of the 2014 Standards. American Educational Research Association. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv2kzv0fw

  • 08/23/2023 8:12 AM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Position Summary

    Afterschool for Children and Teens Now Coalition (ACT Now) is seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Research and Evaluation Graduate Student Fellow to join our dynamic team for the 2023- 2024 school year. This fellowship opportunity is designed to provide hands-on experience to graduate students pursuing degrees in fields related to research, evaluation, social work, or a similar discipline. As a fellow, you will have the unique opportunity to contribute to our organization's research and evaluation initiatives, gaining valuable skills and practical knowledge in the process. ACT Now is a statewide network that advocates for access to quality and affordable afterschool programs for youth within Illinois. We have diverse partnerships with families, educators, legislators, policymakers, community and youth leaders, and providers. We are the C. S. Mott Foundation-funded Statewide Afterschool Network, and we have a counterpart in all 50 states. Our offices are based in Chicago, IL. We are offering an in-person fellowship this 2023-2024 school year with hybrid work opportunities based upon candidates’ needs. The fellow who fills this position will have the opportunity to assist in ACT Now’s revision of our Statewide Afterschool Quality Standards Framework. Applicants must have excellent communications skills, a strong work ethic, an ability to take direction and work independently, and background in research, technical writing, evaluation, or social work. 

    Full Job Description attached here

    Learn more and apply here:


  • 08/14/2023 9:45 AM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Job Title:

    Project Manager, Quality Networks

    Job Description:

    The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the nation’s leading advocacy organization for children’s healthcare, seeks an organized project manager to join our Quality Initiatives team in this newly created role. This position will provide project management to network quality improvement (QI) projects, including primary care and hospitalist networks, and Project ECHO (Extension for Community Health Outcomes). This role will focus on clinical topics of mental health and substance use, and support QI project leaders with designing, implementing, and evaluating improvement activities.

    Read more and apply here!

  • 08/03/2023 1:53 PM | Brad Krueger (Administrator)

    Registration is OPEN for the 2023 CQI Conference!

    The Conference will be held in person on October 11 & 12, 2023 at the I Hotel in Champaign, Illinois.

    The theme this year is CQI is a Journey: Not a Destination. The focus of this year's conference is Continuous Quality Improvement as an ever-changing journey, not a single destination. There are many routes and paths on the CQI journey. As leaders in CQI, you act as a tour guide, making sure everyone has a copy of the itinerary and has a good time while accomplishing what you set out to do. It can consistently feel like you are always in a new place trying to adapt to unfamiliar surroundings. What philosophies, tools, definitions, plans, processes or innovations do you need? How do you pivot when the path isn’t clear? What CQI essentials do you need to keep packed in your suitcase? This year’s conference will have presentations who can guide conference attendees to multiple destinations based on where they are in their journey and where they want to take themselves and their organizations. Let’s design an atlas for our growing CQI Community!


    Check out website for a full list of presenters and presentations: https://cqi.cfrc.illinois.edu/con_info.php

    Click this link to register for this year’s conference: https://my.socialwork.illinois.edu/eventreg/register.asp?id=1907


    Fee for Early Bird Registration (until August 1) will be $225. Thereafter, the fee will be $250. We are not able to issue refunds for cancellations after September 15, 2023. If you have any questions, please email cqicommunity@gmail.com.

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