Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Mentorship Benefits, Expectations, & Applications


Thank you for your interest in the Mentorship Program! The Fall 2015 Round of applications have closed. Applicants will be notified on October 12th if they have been accepted into the program.

We have been thrilled at the amount of interest in and enthusiasm for this initiative. A second round of mentorships will be opened in Spring of 2016 - please return to the program then!

Warmly, the DME for Peace team



What are the benefits of being a mentor?

  • Assist newcomers and emerging practitioners and evaluators beginning successful careers in peacebuilding M&E
  • Share your knowledge and expertise with the field
  • Enhanced skills in coaching, counseling, and coaching
  • Raise your profile in the M&E peacebuilding community

What are the benefits to me as a mentee?

  • Gain experienced practitioner's perspective on applying methods and tools to real-life situations
  • Identify long-term professional development needs
  • Develop a meaningful professional relationship over a specified period of time
  • Learn about how design, monitoring, and evaluation is done in other organizations

What's expected of me as a mentor?

  • Participate in Global Kickoff Virtual Meeting
  • Routine engagement and communication with mentee(s)
  • Communicate with DME for Peace during email check-ins
  • Participate when possible in global discussions on DME for Peace

What's expected of me as a mentee?

  • Participate in Global Kickoff Virtual Meeting
  • Routine engagement and communitation with your mentor
  • Communicate with DME for Peace during email check-ins
  • Participate when possible in global discussions on DME for Peace