Applications for 2017 Citizen Review Panels have closed.
What do citizen review volunteers do?
- Review grant application instruments
- Conduct agency site visits
- Recommend evaluation scores for each program to aid in funding decisions
How much time does it take?
For each program you agree to review:
- One to two hours to review grant application materials
- One half-day (approximately 5 hours) to conduct the agency site visit and deliberations.
What qualifications do I need to do this job?
- Passion for our community
- Desire to be a change agent
- Be a game changer in Martin County by financial investing in United Way of Martin County
- Knowledge or experience that is aligned with one or more of the following areas:
Community Needs (i.e. knowledge of community collaborations, needs assessments, census data, direct client service, etc.).
Results Driven (i.e. outcome measurements, data collection, program evaluation, etc.).
Diversity and Inclusion (equal opportunity or accessibility expertise, familiarity with disproportionality, experience with inclusion efforts, etc.).
Governance (i.e. board of director’s experience, strategic planning, bylaw review, committee work, etc.).
Management (human resources experience, volunteer management, knowledge of public relations or marketing, program leadership or supervision, etc.).
Finances (knowledge of financial ratios, annual audits, bookkeeping, experience in nonprofit finances or financial management, etc.).
To register as a United Way Citizen Review Panel Volunteer, please log into the e-CImpact website or create a new account if you are not registered and complete this registration form. Please use your email address as your username.