GlobalGiving’s Evaluation Program trains skilled volunteers to become Project Evaluators, who visit our partner organizations around the world for two to ten weeks.
Recruited, professionally trained, and supported from GlobalGiving’s UK office, Project Evaluators have the opportunity to increase their knowledge, confidence and skills in working with nonprofits. Project Evaluators take on an important role at GlobalGiving. During their experience they:
Traveling for a minimum of two weeks and a maximum of ten weeks, Project Evaluators complete in-depth organizational assessments and communications working collaboratively with GlobalGiving partners all over the world. These assessments help our partners promote their work to new audiences, access relevant professional support and improve their effectiveness for the long term.
The Project Evaluator Program is designed for skilled, pro-active, positive individuals (21 years and above). We encourage applicants from all professional backgrounds and work experiences to apply. Whether you are early in your career, in between roles, established at a senior level or looking for something different and challenging, you can play an important role in directly assisting local nonprofits around the world. To become a GlobalGiving Evaluator please apply here.
Accepted applicants must be available for in-person training sessions which take place in London, UK, over three weekends (in March, April, and June). Additional one-to-one support sessions are usually done in person but can be done remotely over Skype. Project Evaluators then travel overseas for two to ten weeks between June and November.
Want to learn more about our Evaluators? Take a look at our previous volunteer profiles here.
There is a required project contribution of £700 for those who are accepted into this program. This covers intensive professional training pre-departure and project coordination and support while in the field. Project Evaluators are required to cover their own accommodation, flights, insurance, vaccinations and other in-country expenses.