ServeWyoming seeks volunteer Grant Peer Reviewers
November 26, 2013
ServeWyoming, a volunteer coordination organization, is seeking seven volunteers to serve on a grant proposal review panel.
ServeWyoming is an organization that works to promote collaborative efforts among private, non-profit and governmental organizations that advance community service, volunteer programs and activities in each Wyoming community. They collaborate with other Corporation for National & Community Service programs such as AmeriCorps*VISTA, Learn & Serve America, and Senior Corps. ServeWyoming gives every citizen an opportunity to help solve challenges in education, the environment, public safety, human needs, and homeland security. In addition to funding organizations throughout the state, the organizationís Commission has the role of developing, communicating and promoting a statewide vision and ethic of service in Wyoming.
To ensure a standardized, fair, and open process for awarding grants, ServeWyoming is seeking seven volunteers to serve on a grant proposal review panel. The panel will review competitive applications submitted for assistance to plan or implement AmeriCorps programs in 2014. Review panel ratings and recommendations will assist the Commission in making final funding decisions.
In addition to individuals who have a clear understanding of performance measures and logic models, the Commission seeks interested individuals who represent faith and community based organizations, state and local governments, primary and higher educational institutions, nonprofits, AmeriCorps Alumni and past reviewers.
1. Attend a short webinar orientation to the peer review process the week of December 9, 2013.
2. Review and score 3 proposals, each roughly 20-30 pages in length (approx. 45 min/proposal).
3. Convene via conference call to discuss proposals with other reviewers January 2 or 3, 2014.
For more information, contact Nurieh Glasgow, Program Officer, ServeWyoming, firstname.lastname@example.org.