U.S. Department of Labor seeks reviewers for TAACCCT applications

Timothy Vollmer, May 23rd, 2011

The U.S. Department of Labor continues to seek qualified peer reviewers to evaluate the first round applications for the agency’s Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training grant program.

The Department is seeking a pool of education and training professionals that includes individuals with experience in providing or administering fully online or technology-enabled programs, individuals who have knowledge of or experience with evidence-based learning, and individuals with reasonable knowledge in both areas to help evaluate these applications in mid to late summer, 2011.

Detailed information and instructions for consideration is contained in this information page (PDF). Interested volunteers should contact the Department by May 27, 2011.

Creative Commons will not participate in the review process. For more information about how CC is involved in supporting grant winners, see our TAACCCT page.

3 Responses to “U.S. Department of Labor seeks reviewers for TAACCCT applications”

  1. Antown says:

    I have experience in providing or administering fully online or technology-enabled programs and evidence-based learning. I’m interested, but today 30 May.

  2. Cindy Craig says:

    I just found that out that you are looking for peer reviewers, I am interested if you still need people. Please send me the information to fill out, I can send a resume if needed. I have been an instructor at both a community college and a 4 year college.

    Cindy Craig

  3. Cable Green says:

    Hi Antown & Cindy,

    To be clear, the US Department of Labor is looking for peer reviewers, not Creative Commons. We are just helping the DOL advertise that they are looking for peer reviewers. Please see this doc for details: http://creativecommons.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/DOL-call-for-reviewers-TAACCCT.pdf

    Thank you for your interest,