CDC Evaluation Fellowship
The CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program represents a major commitment by CDC to program evaluation and program improvement. Fellows work under the leadership of CDC's Chief Evaluation Officer; they are matched with CDC host programs to work on program evaluation activities for/with those programs. Host programs are selected through a competitive process to ensure the activities build the knowledge base of the program and enhance the professional development of the Fellow. The CDC is currently seeking applicants for the 2016-17 class of the CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program.
2016-17 Evaluation Fellowship Program – Deadline April 15, 2016
The deadline to apply for the 2016-17 class of the CDC Evaluation Fellowship Program has passed. Please check back in early 2017 for information on the 2017-2018 process.
Program evaluation is an essential organizational practice in public health. At CDC, program evaluation supports our agency priorities. When programs conduct strong, practical evaluations on a routine basis, the findings are better positioned to inform their management and improve program effectiveness.
CDC’s Program Performance and Evaluation Office (PPEO) sets standards and expectations for agency-wide evaluation; delivers tools, technical assistance and resources to enhance evaluation efforts; and provides support for evaluation capacity-building across CDC programs.
CDC’s Framework for Program Evaluation in Public Health has provided a set of steps and standards for practical evaluation by programs and partners. While the focus is public health programs, the approach can be generalized to any evaluation effort.
Contact Evaluation Program
Tom Chapel, Chief Evaluation Officer