SWFF is seeking Monitoring & Evaluation Field Interns (graduate students) to conduct in-country, field research with a SWFF innovator using SWFF established guidelines and research questions. The ideal candidates will have a background in water, agriculture, technology innovation, quantitative studies, or business (particularly those in an MBA program).
Interns will be expected to be (at a minimum) in the field 8-12 weeks during the Spring, Summer, or Fall season of 2018. Exact dates are dependent on farming cycles and innovator availability. It is expected that the student’s university will cover all the travel and lodging costs. In some cases, SWFF will cover stipend and airfare and on the ground travel to and from interview sites. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and a professional reference letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “ 2018 M&E Field Intern.”
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