Grant Advisory Committee/Candidates
Please volunteer to help us make better decisions about grants! The GAC handles between 3 and 12 new grant proposals a month. Some proposals are longer or more complicated than others, and some warrant more discussion than others. It is expected that a GAC volunteer devote at least 3 or 4 hours a week to GAC work (see GAC description), assuming there are open requests or reports.
Note: Much remains uncertain about the Funds Dissemination Committee (FDC) at this point, but it is already expected that one would not be a member of both the FDC and the GAC. If you would like to help in the GAC but think you might want to serve on the future FDC, I would still recommend signing your name below! You can always resign from the GAC and move to the FDC once its membership is determined. In fact, I would argue a meaningful term on the GAC would be a good supporting qualification we would be looking for on the FDC.
If you are interested in joining the GAC in the coming selection process -- currently scheduled to happen Jan 1st 2013 -- please sign below. Please include a brief statement about your background and involvement demonstrating you meet the criteria.
To comment on someone's candidacy, please use the talk page.
I have just recently learned of this committee and am sincerely interested in supporting its endeavors. I have sufficient available time to dedicate an apportion to this worthy initiative. I am impressed with the esteemed members I've seen who comprise this committee and am fully confident that it constitutes a capable body. I do wish the best to this entire group. Sincerely - My76Strat (talk) 20:30, 30 August 2012 (UTC)
/Archives of candidates in previous GAC drafts