Our internship programme is designed to provide graduates with practical exposure to monitoring and evaluation and social science research. This full-time internship will give candidates the opportunity to hone research and evaluation skills in a dynamic and stimulating environment. No two days are the same – so this is the ideal opportunity to learn how to be adaptable and flexible whilst sharpening interpersonal and professional skills.
Graduates with an interest in monitoring, evaluation and social science research are encouraged to follow us on Facebook or LinkedIn, where we announce internship vacancies.
PREVIOUS INTERN EXPERIENCES:
Alice Jansseune (2019)
“It is usually quite difficult to find your professional path, what you like or what you don’t like, and I feel like after graduating, working at M&ESURE gave me the opportunity to step back, take a little time to reflect on my career and what I wanted to achieve, and how I could achieve that. I am really grateful for that, because the insights that I got from everyone at M&ESURE were always helpful and objective – an important quality to have, especially in this sector! It is indeed an exciting period of my professional life, now is the time where choices can be made, and it feels great to know where these choices can lead to.”
Jennifer Rust (2018)
“The M&ESURE internship was a unique experience for me. It was my 5th and final internship and truly prepared me to work in the M&E space. The internship focused on M&E-specific as well as general research skills development including qualitative research techniques using Excel, data collection, analysis techniques for M&E research and many more. There was scope to take responsibility beyond a ‘typical’ internship and more hands-on support to my learning than any other internship I have experienced. If you have a real interest in M&E research, the organisational development of grass roots NGOs and broader programme development for social change then the experience you gain at M&ESURE is priceless. The truth of this evidenced by the fact that I happily continue with M&ESURE as a Researcher.”