Attention, advocates of Matino and Mahusay leadership!
The Jesse Robredo Institute for Leadership and Good Governance is now calling for course instructors!
Course Instructors will help fulfill our mission of passing on the important leadership principles and good governance practices exemplified by the late Sec. Jesse M. Robredo to aspiring leaders and practitioners from different fields. We are looking for experts with fresh ideas on how we can further build the capacities of our advocates for good governance, effective leadership, and inclusive policy-making. They will mentor stakeholders from a wide variety of sectors and form them into powerful changemakers.
Who can apply?
- An advocate of good governance and effective leadership.
- Possesses facilitating skills; can maximize online tools to make classes interactive.
- Has extensive knowledge on the subject area proposed.
- If selected, the applicant will submit a course proposal.
- Proposed courses may cover topics such as (but not limited to):
- Program Management
- Financial Management
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Evidence-based Policy-making
- You may also check our existing courses here
Roles and Responsibilities
- Develop and design the course syllabus. The syllabus should include the course title, course outline, course objectives, content covered for each class, and class schedule.
- Facilitate weekly synchronous sessions.
- Prepare reading and other learning materials for the cohort’s asynchronous activities.
- Provide evaluations (e.g., remarks/grades) to assess the cohort’s performance after the course/module.
- Support the Institute in marketing the course by sharing it with their networks.
How can I apply?
To apply, accomplish the application form through bit.ly/JRILGGCFI, or click below:
In the application form, applicants will be asked to submit their updated curriculum vitae along with a cover letter.
You will be assessed based on considerations such as but not limited to your experience and its relevance to the goals of JRILGG. If shortlisted, we will reach out to you and invite you to send a course proposal.
Submit a proposal for your intended course offering. It must include the following:
The syllabus should include the course title, course outline, course objectives, topics covered for each class, and class schedule.
Necessary Materials & Applicable Fees
Necessary Materials refers to any materials that students must purchase (if applicable) and bring to class. If the instructor is providing any course materials out of their own expense for students, the materials fee is required (e.g., tools, books, etc.).
Elaborate on who your course is for. Who is your course targeted at? If applicable, specify demographic information such as targeted age groups, qualifications, interest groups, etc.
Introduce yourself by including your educational background, experiences, interests, and other relevant information. Please include a photo as well.
For questions, clarifications, and concerns:
Do not hesitate to contact the JRILGG Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org or via SMS at +639324262589 / +639178341181.
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