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EvalYouth is always happy to welcome new volunteers. If interested, please click here to join.

When you sign up to become a volunteer with EvalYouth, you will be required to choose one of the task forces to join. After actively serving a period of 3 months by committing 2-4 hours of your time weekly to the task force, you will be considered a member of EvalYouth, thus you will be able to participate in electing EvalYouth leaders and nominating yourself for the vacant leadership positions in the task torces’ and Management Group’s leadership teams.


In EvalYouth, everyone is welcome to volunteer in the network, especially those who meet the definition of a Young and Emerging Evaluator (YEE).

The network defines YEEs as:

  • Evaluators under the age of 35 years, OR
  • Evaluators who have less than 5 years of professional experience, OR
  • Recent university graduates who are interested to join the evaluation profession, OR
  • Development professionals who have technical knowledge of evaluation and willing to become professional evaluators.

Volunteers are those individuals who join and participate in the meetings and activities of one of the EvalYouth task forces – currently 4 – or EvalYouth regional and national chapter.



In order to be considered a member, an EvalYouth volunteer should have engaged (defined under the membership requirement below) with the network or its regional and national networks for 3 months or more and meet one of the following criteria:

  • Engaged with one of EvalYouth task forces, OR
  • Be recognized as a member of one of the EvalYouth regional networks, OR
  • Be recognized as a member of one of the EvalYouth national networks, OR
  • Be  part of the EvalYouth Management Group (EYMG)

Unlike volunteers, members are eligible to vote and run in the elections to choose EvalYouth’s leadership.