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Host Organization: Center for Leadership Matrix Network (LMN)
Organization Profile: Center for Leadership Matrix Network (LMN) is a provider of professional advisory services and technical support to public welfare undertakings. LMN specializes in designing pro bono projects and management consultations, developing community-based voluntary service projects, conducting trainings for staff and volunteers in public sector. With 11 full-time staff and a team of experts, LMN also provides thematic training on child rights and participation, NGO management, monitoring and evaluation, and strategic planning skills.
Internship Department: Department of Research, Evaluation and Strategic Development
To provide full range of technique support to clients including
- Professional consultation and technical support to pro bono service programs in the areas of strategic planning, development, quality control and impact assessment. Conduct research on social management and pro bono services, with an emphasis on participatory research.
- Assisting in development of operational procedures and evaluation indicators for pro bono projects according to the needs and characteristics of clients. Capacity building training for the project managers & staff of the client.
Work with project team to build up child protection system and enhance child-sensitive community social services in Nanjing, Guiyang and Kunming
- Help to design the training curriculum that aims to promote local NGOs’ ability to provide child protection services
- Help to update the child service delivery platform operation and service manual
- Assist in the collection and development of an operational manual on social services related to child justice internships.
- Participate in thematic research in social support system for child justice
Participate in third-party evaluation of child social service programs
- Help to conduct literature review on program-specific topics
- Help to develop program-specific evaluation tools, like questionnaires and interview outlines
- Help to conduct qualitative and quantitative data analysis
- Go to on-site evaluation
Number of Opening(s): 1
Work Hours and Internship Start/End Dates: (Monday to Friday, June
22 –August 14, 2020): Full time, five days a week.
Work Attire: Casual
Required: Basic reading, writing, and speaking (One-year level at Stanford)
- Applicants must be currently enrolled freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and coterms who are undergraduates in all majors, including undeclared. Coterm students must still have undergraduate status. MA students in the Center for East Asian Studies are also eligible to apply.
- Applicants must be current Stanford students during the internship period. Seniors must postpone graduation paperwork until the internship ends, but may participate in commencement. For summer graduation requirements, including details regarding enrollment requirements and information about participation in the June commencement ceremonies, students should contact their major department's student services office and Registrar's Office for graduation quarter petition.
- Preferably, before beginning their internships, selected candidates should have taken at least one course regarding the internship region. The course can be taken in the spring quarter.
For more internship positions provided by the Stanford Global Studies Internship Program, please see our internship listing.
Each applicant can apply for a maximum of two program-arranged positions. If you apply more than two positions, we will only accept the first two applications based on the time of your submission.
For more information, please see Eligibility and Stipend.