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The Value of Volunteering and Interning

Volunteering and interning can teach you everything from why dress codes are important to why it’s important to show up on time each day. The types of responsibilities you receive are usually a little different and can be tailored around what your strengths and weaknesses are.

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New Grant Program at NJCH

The New Jersey Council for the Humanities funds nonprofit organizations to develop meaningful humanities projects for New Jersey audiences.

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Ball-Sellers House in VA to Open for Season

The Ball-Sellers House, the oldest building in Arlington County, Virginia, will open to the public for the season on Saturday, April 2 at 1:00 p.m.

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Call for Proposals: 2016 MAAM Conference

Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums welcomes proposals related to the theme “Museums Exposed: Real Issues/Real Talk.”

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Museum of the City of New York Names New President and Director

On November 17, 2015, Whitney M. Donhauser was appointed by the Board of Trustees of the museum.

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Elfreth’s Alley: Embracing A First Research Project in the World of Public History

An image of Elfreth's Alley in 1980. (Photo taken from Library of Congress.)

When I started on my very first project, the only experience I had (that even came close to this type of endeavor) was writing my capstones and my Honors project (essentially all fancy terms for a thesis, of which I had to write three). While I thought the experience of having to write two capstone projects- including eight, yes eight, drafts of my English capstone- in one semester had prepared me, I was quite wrong.

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HSP to Host First Networking Event

The free event is open to undergraduate and graduate students wishing to pursue a career in Public History.

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