Performance Improvement 2011-2012. Are Process and Outcome Evaluations Feasible for the National Human Genome Research Institute Summer Internship Program?


This study determined the feasibility of conducting process and outcome evaluations of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) Student Internship Program (SIP), a NIH-wide summer training program pairing high school, college, and graduate students with scientists from a variety of NIH Institutes and Centers.

Evaluators concluded that an evaluation was feasible. An evaluation plan was developed. It included specific study questions and measurable objectives to address goals for each evaluation component; key variables required to address objectives; appropriate data sources and target audiences/participants for the process and outcome components; evaluation tools/survey instruments; data collection methods; and statistical analysis plans.

Report Title: Feasibility Study To Conduct Process and Outcome Evaluations of the NHGRI Summer Internship Program

Agency Sponsor: NIH, National Institutes of Health
Federal Contact: Rosanna Ng, 301-496-5367
Performer: Capital Consulting Corporation
Record ID: 9424 (Report issued March 31, 2011)

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