The Children’s Services Council of Leon County (CSC) seeks to engage community volunteers to serve as members of various evaluations teams to help select entities and programs to receive funding from our upcoming application opportunities.
When the CSC releases Community Investment Partnership (CIP – community providers) funding announcements, the services of these diverse and experienced panel members will help to ensure a fair and competent evaluation and scoring process.
Community evaluators will be expected to do the following:
- Independently review and score up to 20 proposals each;
- Participate in applicant presentations; and
- Discuss your scores during a public meeting.
Additionally, community evaluators must disclose any financial or substantive relationships with potential applicants (i.e., child/youth/family-serving organizations operating in Florida). Such disclosures are important to ensure evaluators are not assigned applications that could result in an actual or perceived conflict of interest.
For the Summer Learning and Feeding funding opportunity currently open for applications, the following are important dates for prospective Community Evaluators:
- March 24 – 30: Evaluators independently review applications/proposals
- March 27 – 29: Evaluators participate in applicant presentations (all day on at least one of these days)
- April 6, 10:00 a.m.: Evaluators participate in a Public Meeting to review and discuss scoring
If you would like to volunteer, please click this link to complete the information: https://bit.ly/41247PL
We (the taxpayers) are paying the directors six figure salary, so now she wants volunteers to do the actual work. We would get more out of the money if we just set it on fire… Just what exactly does the director do for her six figure, city of Tallahassee salary?
Ripping us off doesn’t count…
Has the director of the CSC been indicted yet with Gillum and his co-conspirator as she was involved in the Gillum for Governor “leadership team” that was illegally skimming off campaign contributions for personal use.
The CSC has turned out to be a slush fund for chamber rats/Democratic Party Candidates and has nothing to do with helping children.
I am surprised the director has not been indicted for paying the Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce $100,000 of taxpayer funds under the guise of helping children.