Upcoming events


CESBC Anti-Racism Workshop Series

The British Columbia and  Saskatchewan Chapters of the Canadian Evaluation Society have teamed up to offer a trio of workshops to help us unlearn/learn and transform our colonial impacts.  

Each workshop can be taken on its own or book all three at once and save 25% while spaces last!

Workshop 1: Shifting the Lens – 90 Minute Session, Hosted by Becky Sasakamoose Kuffner

Workshop 2: Shifting the Lens – Advanced Sessions, Hosted by Becky Sasakamoose Kuffner

Workshop 3: Decolonizing Practices, Hosted by Nahanee Creative

CES e-Institute

Want to keep learning? Check out the latest course offerings on the CES e-Institute einstitute.evaluationcanada.ca

Welcome to CESBC

CESBC is the British Columbia chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES). (Yukon has formed their own Chapter as of July 1st, 2018) CES members who reside in BC automatically become members of CESBC. 

CESBC is a volunteer and member funded organization devoted to supporting the evaluation community in BC. We host networking events and offer regionally-based professional development. 

Our flagship event is our annual AGM which is typically held in the fall.

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CESEF Educational Assistance Awards

Canadian Evaluation Society Educational Fund (CESEF) offers up Educational Assistance Awards of to $500. Deadline for applications is January 15th and September 15th of each year. For more details and to apply click here.


Evaluation Students

There are many benefits for student members, including research materials and special student initiatives to help you learn and put your evaluation skills into practice. Case Competition, SEEK Awards, Student Blog

Employment

We have just launched our Jobs/Contracts listing for CESBC members. Employers please send us your opportunities to share with our members. Click here for additional jobs and contracts. Note this information is available only to (logged in) members.

Professional Development

CESBC offers a variety of graduate evaluation courses in British Columbia and Yukon region. Look into mentorship opportunities, check on upcoming training events, work towards becoming a credentialed evaluator.
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