Measure A is Los Angeles County’s first equity-based funding source for Parks and Recreation, take the opportunity to partner with us as a Competitive Grant Evaluator.
The Los Angeles County Regional Park and Open Space District (RPOSD) is seeking experts with knowledge and experience in various aspects of park recreation and open space challenges and opportunities – including urban planning, watershed management, environment and habitat protection, biodiversity, park planning and design, regional planning, conservation, and landscape design for its equity-based Measure A competitive grant programs. These qualified individuals will be part of a multidisciplinary team tasked with evaluating competitive grant applications to provide high quality park projects and better access to public lands and park facilities to Los Angeles County residents and visitors with an emphasis on park equity for the very high and high need park areas. This panel will be an integral part of offering different points of view and distinctive leadership qualities via innovative advice and dynamic perspectives in their areas of focus.
We are looking for evaluators who are not affiliated with agencies that submitted applications for the 2021 Competitive Grant Programs.
Evaluators will receive compensation in the form of a stipend ranging from $300 up to $500 depending on total hours needed to complete the evaluation process.
Three evaluators are needed for each program. Learn more about the Competitive Grant Programs here.
Read the Seeking 2021 Competitive Grant Evaluators Flyer for more information about becoming an evaluator and the estimated time commitment for each program.
Celebrate your expertise and achievements by sharing your passion for creating outstanding park, recreation, and open space experiences for LA County Residents. Grant application evaluators are integral to the success of these programs. If you are interested in participating and would like to become a part of the Evaluation Panel with RPOSD, please contact us by December 16, 2021.
Note: Flyer folds like a card in print form. We recommend printing the two pages of the back-to-back, with the flip along the short side.