Serving as a Federal grant reviewer is a great first step to becoming a successful grant writer as you:
- Learn about grant procedures
- Become familiar with a grant program and funding agency that could support your work in the future
- Discover advancements being made in your field of study
- Network with colleagues and funding agency representatives
Federal agencies are always looking to expand their lists of potential review panelists. Below are links to specific agencies and their reviewer requirements:
National Endowment for the Humanities
The Become a Peer Reviewer link is on the left-hand side of the page. Click on that link to access the Panelist and Reviewer Information System (PRISM), which is a database of prospective reviewers used by the staff of NEH. On the PRISM page, you will find a link to the application and a link to Frequently Asked Questions about PRISM.
National Science Foundation
This website describes the benefits of becoming a grant reviewer for NSF and includes information on how to find an NSF program contact.
U.S. Department of Education – Office of Postsecondary Education
This website includes a link to the Field Reader System (FRS) registration page and a link to learn more about the various grant programs.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Human Resources and Services Administration
This webpage posts HRSA’s Call for Reviewers and a link to the online application.
U.S. Department of Labor – Employment & Training Administration
This webpage describes the range of expertise required of reviewers and provides a link to the panel registration page.
Please let Grants Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) know if you apply to serve on any grant proposal review committees and if you are selected to review proposals.