MEL office is looking for an intern to support the development of templates, tools, and training materials for monitoring, evaluation, and learning in its rule of law, human rights, and governance programs. Prior coursework in program design, monitoring, evaluation, data collection and analysis is preferred.
This would be particularly interesting for current graduate level student or a recent graduate with focus or coursework in program design, monitoring, and evaluation, including quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis or data visualization. Strong interest in rule of law, international cooperation, political science or related disciplines preferred.
Typical assignments will include review of existing program documents to identify good practices, examples, and gaps; support in developing training materials for in person and virtual settings, where needed; and drafting tools and templates to be used in program monitoring, reporting, and visualization of data.
This is a U.S.-based (remote) opportunity