The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) has launched a new program, Break Through Tech Chicago, BTTC, that will propel women and underrepresented groups into higher education and careers in tech through computer science curriculum innovation, career access and community development. Break Through Tech Chicago seeks a team oriented Educational Program Evaluation Coordinator.
Working under general supervision from senior personnel, the Program Evaluation Coordinator will monitor and evaluate program components to assess trends, effectiveness and impact as they relate to the goals of BTTC to move women and underrepresented groups into tech related careers.
Must have a dedication to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, gender equity and inclusion as it relates to program and university goals. This is a full-time position based on campus at the University of Illinois at Chicago. All candidates must be proficient in Microsoft Excel/Pivot Tables.
Job ID #150134
Dear CEA friends,
We are partnering with CREA at the University of Illinois for a special opportunity for current Chicago-based under-represented minority (URM) graduate students or early career (1-2 years) evaluators to apply for a conference registration scholarship to the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment's (CREA) Sixth International Conference from September 29th to October 1st 2021. The conference is taking place at the Palmer House in Chicago and the scholarship is open to graduate student attendees or early career evaluators only. Eligibility and application details are provided below.
The timeline for selection is short and there are only a limited number of scholarships available. Please fill out the application at (CREA/CEA Application Form), which is due by 5pm CST on Monday, July 16, 2021.
Applicants must be a member of a traditionally underrepresented racial/ethnic minority group. Pursuant to Section 9.16 of the Board of Higher Education Act (110 ILCS 205), the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) annually reports to the Governor and General Assembly on the status and participation of underrepresented groups in higher education. The Act defines “underrepresented” as a citizen or resident alien who identifies as African American, Hispanic or Latino, Asian-American, Pacific Islander, American Indian, or Alaska Native.
In addition, applicants must be able to:
Attend the full conference, Wednesday, September 29th - Friday, October 1st.
Attend an orientation the first week of August.
Attend a post-conference meeting.
Develop, either alone or as a group, a Poster Board Presentation (Mentorship to complete this task will be available
Please feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com with any questions. We look forward to receiving your applications.
CEA Vice President
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If interested, please email Robyn Golden, Associate Vice President of Social Work and Community Health at Robyn_L_Golden@rush.edu
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Summary Of Job Description The Evaluation and Systems Manager will be responsible for overseeing Chicago Run’s program data and evaluation efforts, data aggregation, and program database management. Specifically, the Evaluation and Systems Manager will design and implement both formative and summative program evaluations, and track and aggregate program data. This role will also support in the implementation of a new database roll-out and the ongoing maintenance, data entry, and reporting. This role will work closely with the Chicago Run Program Team.
Chicago Run is hiring for an Evaluation and Systems Manager. The job description PDF is linked here.
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Associate Director of Evaluation
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Hello CEA Members,
Education Development Center (EDC) is looking for someone based in Chicagoland with familiarity with urban planning or city planning in Chicagoland. Experience with spatial mapping is a huge plus. If that sounds like you or someone you know and you'd be willing to have a brief conversation about your experiences that could potentially lead to come consulting work, please reach out to Camille Lemieux at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education Development Center (EDC)
Research, Evaluation and Analytics Intern Position Overview:
Common Threads is seeking a part-time, unpaid Research, Evaluation and Analytics Intern for the summer term (approximately June – August). Interns seeking academic credit are preferred. This is a work from home/remote position for approximately 20 hours per week. Applications will be accepted through March 22, 2021, or until the position is filled. The position reports primarily to the Vice President of Research and Evaluation and the Evaluation Manager.
This intern will support the Common Threads’ Research, Evaluation and Analytics team with achieving their goals and objectives. This team is collecting, analyzing and reporting insights and data about our programs, participants, and community partners to internal stakeholders, as well as external funders and partners. Furthermore, this team is developing relationships with academic researchers to scope future research studies.
At Common Threads, you will have the opportunity to gain experience in applied research, including program evaluation, while learning how a national nonprofit operates and exploring a career in nutrition education, food security and wellness.
How to Apply?
You can click on link below and jump to the Common Threads website to start the application: Intern Research Evaluation & Analytics PartTime - Careers At Common Threads (hrmdirect.com)
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Evaluator and Evaluation Blogs
Evaluators are blogging! Some focus on evaluation, some do not. Look for the to identify AEA members. If you are a blogger, or on Twitter, send an email to email@example.com to have your blog or twitter name considered for adding to the aea365.org/blog/ page.