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What’s Next? Emerging Museum Professionals Symposium

What’s Next, a one-day symposium organized by the Emerging Museum Professionals Committee, will be held Sunday, March 26, 2017.

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For Emerging Professionals: Museums and Historic Sites on a Budget

Philadelphia is a beautiful city with more than its fair share of amazing museums and historic sites. As a young professional, you might feel that visiting some, or most, or all of these museums and historic sites would benefit you, but you might not have the money or the time in which to do it. But there are plenty of ways in which visiting the city’s museums and historic sites will benefit you, and plenty of ways to take advantage of what they have to offer.

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

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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Call for Bloggers: Join the MARCH Team!

Call for Bloggers:  The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at Rutgers-Camden seeks bloggers on issues and trends in public humanities.  Since the inception of the MARCH website, bloggers have written on such diverse topics as living history, copyright

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Whose History is It Anyway?

It’s that time of year when a whole new flock of bright-eyed, idealistic, newly-minted public historians are pushed from their academic nest into the rough and tumble real world. Let’s just say that they are successful finding work in this

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Networking Works (no matter how you do it)

For the past two years, I have been a member of Americorps VISTA which is an arm of the American version of the PeaceCorps.  I was stationed in a museum where I wrote community outreach programming for inner-city youths.  However,

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Multiple Mentors in the Mid-Atlantic

Friends and co-workers looking to apply to graduate programs have come to me for advice and it has been satisfying to be able to offer my two cents as a mini-mentor.  It is especially important to me to help out

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