The deadline for applying for these positions is November 12, 2022
We are now accepting applications from those wishing to serve on our Grants Advisory Committee (GAC). These are volunteer positions, with a term of one year (January to December). These committees usually meet twice a month for at least an hour. There is additional time spent reviewing proposals and email correspondence that happen between meetings. Estimated time commitment is about 2-5 hours/week.
An amateur radio license OR a technical degree OR experience in digital communications is necessary to be able to review project proposals. We are looking for a broad range of experience on our review committee, and people with experience in K-12 education, university academics, research and development, or nonprofits are especially encouraged to apply.
We are also interested in volunteers who are located outside of the United States. Please note that a good command of the English language and flexibility accommodating a broad range of time zones is needed to participate effectively.
Grants Advisory Committee (GAC)
The Grants Advisory Committee reviews and advises the ARDC Board of Directors on eligible proposals and helps identify potential grant-making opportunities. In 2023, we estimate that we will receive 150-200 grant applications for quality projects.
How to Apply
If you are interested in joining the GAC, please send a resume and brief cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 12, 2022. We’ll review all applications and seek to make a determination by December 7, 2022. Meetings will begin mid-January.
For more information about the roles and duties of these committees, you can read the Advisory Committee Policy in full here.
Please direct any questions to email@example.com.
We’re looking forward to reading your application!