The Rotary Foundation Cadre of Technical Advisers is recruiting additional members. This could be an opportunity just right for you!
The cadre is composed of volunteer Rotarians from around the world who are familiar with the grant program and who also have technical and professional expertise in one or more of Rotary’s six areas of focus. The Cadre provides assistance and technical expertise to Rotarians planning and implementing projects, ensures the proper stewardship of Foundation grant funds, and assists Foundation trustees in the funding process. Members act as application and project advisers, technical reviewers, site visitors and auditors.
The cadre will be used increasingly to assist Rotarians with planning measurable and sustainable grant projects. The Rotary Foundation is looking to add members with the following skills and areas of expertise:
- Community needs assessments
- Monitoring and evaluation plans
- Sustainable projects development
- Water and sanitation professionals
- Health professionals
- Spanish-speaking auditors in North and Central America
- Rotarians living in Africa, Southeast Asia and Central America in all areas of focus
Additionally, in North America there is a special need for Spanish-speaking Rotarians, especially females, who are experienced professionals in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Nursing and Midwifery including Education and Training, Clinical Nutrition, Library Training, Small Enterprise, Finance, Community Assessments, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Sustainable Development.
For more information, including how to apply, and how to request cadre assistance for your project, email: cadre@Rotary.org More resources are located in TRF Resources/Grants/Cadre here on the Zone website.
The Cadre will be one of our featured topics during the Zone 25/26 Rotary Foundation Webinar, Tuesday, February 2, 5:30 pm Pacific. Click here to register. Please join us!
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