Present Your Project: Open Call!

FHI 360

Beginning this February, FHI 360 will offer practitioners the opportunity to present projects for feature at a USAID officer training: Workforce Development for Youth Employment: Program Design for Latin America and the Caribbean. Over the past year, Workforce Connections has developed and delivered two 3-day trainings for USAID officers from missions around the world. This open call has been organized in order to select the best examples to present during the new training in June. Projects may be implementing workforce activities to address the following challenges: 

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  • Economic Adversity
  • Lack of access to high-quality, relevant training and education systems
  • Prevalence of violent or illicit activities

Presentation details: Presentations can be formatted as verbal briefs or videos. Presentations should include aspects of youth engagement, gender inclusion, M&E, and scale and sustainability. Projects that target at-risk youth in violence prone regions are encouraged to participate. Presentations should demonstrate key insights, impacts, outcomes, and unique components of the project. 

  • Accompanying handouts/ materials are encouraged but not required.
  • Presentations can be structured in any fashion; PowerPoint shows or other electronic presentation formats, such as Prezi, etc. may be used but are not required. Be creative!
  • Presenters who are unable to attend in-person may send a video presentation with any supporting materials.
  • Please limit presentations to 20 minutes in length
  • If handouts are provided, please limit to 2 pages

To express interest in presenting your project, please contact John Lindsay at [email protected] by January 30th, 2015.

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