Election Assistance Commission
03/31/10 5:00 PM
To recruit, train, and support college students to assist state and local governments in the administration of elections by serving as nonpartisan poll workers or assistants. Nonprofit organizations may apply if they work in partnership with state and local election offices.
GrantWatch ID#: 123602
$30,000 to $65,000
Public and Private Institutions of higher education (including community colleges) and nonprofit organizations working in partnership with state and local election offices.
3/10/2010 EAC will host a technical assistance teleconference to answer questions about this funding opportunity. Applicants are strongly encouraged to participate in the call.
CALL DATE: March 10, 2010
CALL TIME: 02:00 PM EASTERN TIME
DURATION: 1 hr and 30 mins
EVENT NUMBER: 667-621-403
PARTICIPANT PASSCODE: poll
CALL-IN TOLL-FREE NUMBER (US/CANADA): 866-699-3239
CALL-IN TOLL NUMBER (US/CANADA): 1-408-792-6300
OPTIONAL WEBINAR ADDRESS FOR ATTENDEES:
To Start Online Event Instructions:
At least 30 minutes before the starting time:
1. Go to https://eacevents.webex.com/eacevents/onstage/g.php?d=667621403&t=h
2. Log in to your host account if you have not yet done so.
3. On the Event Information page that appears, click \\\\\\\"Start Now\\\\\\\".
Please submit an e-mail by March 12, 2010 5:00 PM, stating your organization�s intent to apply
(HAVACollegeProgram@eac.gov). This notice of intent is not required, but helps us
better plan the review of applications
Applicants should review and plan to use EAC-developed model college poll worker
practices and procedures, including the EAC�s Guidebook for Recruiting College Poll
Workers at http://www.eac.gov/files/BPPollWorker/College_Guidebook.pdf. Grant
recipients are strongly encouraged to use the EAC materials in the execution of their
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Director of Grants