Program Description (for MIIS Students Only)
MIIS students will collaborate with Fundación E2E, founded by Teryn Wolfe, Fulbright Researcher and Executive Director of E2E in 2014. The primary course objective is to provide local actual and future development professionals with practical, innovative tools and skills for development program design, evaluation, strategic partnering and impact measurement.
Client Project Deatils HERE!
Pre-Departure Program Requirements
Intercultural Competence Training: Friday, November 11 (9-12pm PT in Irvine)
Pre-Departure Webinar: Monday, November 14 (9-10am PT in McCone 215 or via webinar) link); Please email Shelley Casey and Carolyn Meyer if you have a class conflict and cannot attend.
January 7-25, 2017
Monday – Friday
- General Application Deadline:Extended until Wednesday, November 9
$2,500 (includes training fee and estimated travel, lodging and food costs). View detailed list of estimated expenses.
Note: Homestay and 2 meals per day are included in the above estimate. Students will be grouped 2 to a homestay when possible. If you have alternate lodging, please contact Shelley Casey at E2E by Nov. 21.
2 or 4 unit directed study option with Dr. Beryl Levinger (if seeking MIIS credit and financial aid)
Note: This course will only fulfill the DPMI Plus prerequisite if a student takes the 1-unit Managing Development Project Essentials 1-unit workshop with Beryl Levinger March 10-12, 2017 (12-5pm each day).
In Colombia: Teryn Wolfe, Founder and Executive Director of Fundación E2E (email@example.com)
Dr. Beryl Levinger, Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Development Practice and Policy Program at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Shelley Casey, firstname.lastname@example.org