Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Grant Update: Call for Reviewer. Deadline July 29, 2020


MOAA’s African Community Grant Update: Call for Reviewers

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The Mayor’s Office on African Affairs (MOAA) is seeking volunteer grant reviewers to help evaluate the grant applications for the African Community Grant Program FY21. The reviewers are expected to be neutral, qualified individuals selected for their experience in one or more of Mayor Bowser's FY21 budget priorities: Education, Jobs & Economic Development, Public Safety, Civic Engagement, Health & Wellness, Youth Engagement, and Arts & Creative Economy. 
The grant review period will take place from August 7, 2020 to August 14, 2020. This is a remote opportunity as the review will be conducted online (via zoomgrants.com).  
Requirements: 
  1. Previous grant reviewing experience with the DC or federal governments; private firms; or nonprofit organizations (preferred);
  2. Ability to evaluate and score review 3-4 proposals in a timely manner;
  3. Anticipate 20 – 30 hours for reviewing and evaluation.
  4.  Familiarity with technology.
If you intend to apply for the African Community Grant you will not be eligible to serve as a reviewer.

This is a non-paid project. 

Interested individuals may submit a copy of resume to semhal.hagos@dc.gov by COB Wednesday, July 29, 2020
Please direct any questions to Semhal Hagos (semhal.hagos@dc.gov).


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