Employment Opportunity - Program
Do you have experience facilitating innovative learning
opportunities? Do you want to help ensure a thriving museum sector
through leadership development and succession management? Do you
thrive in roles that involve coordinating and liaising with
multiple stakeholders and community groups?
The Alberta Museums Association (AMA) is excited to offer a 12
month employment opportunity for an organized, positive, and
detail-oriented individual interested in a collaborative position
in the heritage sector. This position will support the development
and implantation of leadership and advocacy initiatives.
Click here to learn
more about this opportunity.
Resumes will be accepted until March 1, 2018.
HELP! A Survivors Guide to Emergency
The AMA's updated edition of this award-winning guide helps
collecting organizations prepare for, respond to, and recover from
emergencies. Pre-order by March 31, 2018 and
Thank you for your
On November 28, 2017 the Alberta Museums Association
participated in Giving Tuesday to raise awareness and support for
the Robert R. Janes Award
for Social Responsibility.
We want to give our thanks to donors for their contributions.
These generous donations will help increase the Award's ability to
affect real change in Alberta, and contributes to the positive
long-term impact of museums in their communities.
This year's donations, combined with additional contributions
from Robert Janes, have allowed us to fund the Award until 2021. We
are close to funding the Award until 2022 with these generous
donations. If you did not get a chance to support us on Giving
Tuesday, it is not too late; we are happy to welcome donations
throughout the giving season.
Certificate in Museum Studies Program Application
Participants who would like to complete the full certificate for credit must apply to the Program and complete an introductory webinar, which will be available in March 2018.
CCI Workshop: Care of Textiles in Collections
This workshop is an introduction to the care of costumes and textiles commonly found in Canadian collections.