ABA-ROLI Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Spring Internship

Closing date:

MEL office is looking for an intern interested in producing literature and evaluation reviews, briefs, summary papers on current issues in international development, analyzing ABA ROLI’s digital database for rule of law program indicators, knowledge product curation and collation, and conceptualization of learning events and short discussions on rule of law, human rights, institutional reform, and other sub-themes.

This would be particularly interesting for current graduate level student or a recent graduate with focus or coursework in international development, political science, data analysis, program evaluation, or development economics.

Typical assignments will include literature review, program documentation review, to identify good practices, examples, and gaps; support in developing training materials for in person and virtual settings, where needed; basic data analysis, preparation of briefs, summary papers, or data visualization, as well as organization of discussions on these briefs/topics to strengthen learning on specific focal topics.

Relevant Program/Area of Study:

International Development, data analysis, program evaluation, development economics, or political science

Additional Desired Qualifications:

French, Spanish, Arabic or Russian language skills

Strong research and writing stills

How to apply

Please submit your cover letter along with your CV to salome.stephens@americanbar.org

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