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Apply to Participate in a Learning Collaborative Near You

APPLY TO PARTICIPATE IN A
LEARNING COLLABORATIVE NEAR YOU

LEARNING COLLABORATIVES PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:
JUNE – NOVEMBER 2015

Imagine the impact on museum practice if professional networks within California collaborated and leveraged their resources to address the most critical issues facing California museums. With a National Leadership grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS), the California Association of Museums is spearheading an ambitious collaborative learning project to do just this!

The California Networks for Collaboration (CNfC) will offer free professional development opportunities over a period of six months (June – November 2015).

Three unique Learning Collaboratives will take place under the project’s overarching topic of expanding public engagement and accessibility: Accessibility, Audience Research, Engagement Strategies.

For more information about the California Networks for Collaboration and this professional development opportunity click HERE. 

Find the region nearest you to apply for this free professional opportunity:

  • Central Coast Los Angeles
  • Central Valley  North Coast
  • Deserts Orange County
  • Gold Country San Diego
  • High Sierra  San Francisco
  • Inland Empire Shasta Cascade

APPLICATION DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 2015 AT 11:59PM
LEARNING COLLABORATIVE PLACEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED BY MAY 20, 2015.

Project partners across the state include:

  • Santa Barbara Educators’ Roundtable
  • Solano County Museum Consortium
  • Sunnylands Center & Gardens
  • Sacramento Association of Museums
  • Eastern Sierra Cultural Heritage Alliance
  • Riverside Art Museum
  • Museum Educators of Southern California
  • Exhibit Envoy
  • Balboa Park Cultural Partnership
  • Cultural Connections
  • Turtle Bay Exploration Park
  • California Arts Council
  • Cal Humanities

 

This project was made possible in part by the
Institute of Museum and Library Services, grant number MG-10-14-0010-14.

                

 

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