Help set the course for Colorado's libraries for the next year.
Volunteer to be a grant reader for the 2007 - 2008 LSTA Grants
The Colorado State Library seeks volunteer Library Services and
Technology Act (LSTA) grant proposal readers to evaluate grant proposals
from Colorado libraries submitted for the 2007-2008 fiscal year.
The federal LSTA funds are intended for distribution to any qualified
type of library: academic, institutional, public, school and specialized
to support proposals based on partnerships between libraries and
library-related organizations. The Request for Proposals begins May 7.
The deadline for submitting the proposals is August 1, 2007.
If interested in participating as a LSTA grant Reader for this grant
please read the following description and qualification requirements and
apply online at:
Submit your Reader Application form by July 2, 2007.
Qualifying readers will be notified by e-mail by July 16, 2007.
NOTE: You must be able to
* Read and review around 10-12 grant proposals;
* Participate in a scheduled conference call for training on
August 8, 2007;
* Be part of a team of readers evaluating a group of proposals;
* Attend the August 23, 2007 review team meeting in person to
select projects for funding.
* A clear understanding that you will excuse yourself from
evaluating any grant that has the potential to present a conflict of
For further information, please contact Michaela Hansen at
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Bonnie F. McCune
Library Community Programs Consultant
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