2019 Workshop Scholarships Now Available


We are pleased to offer four scholarships for individuals to attend one of our 2019 onsite workshops. Our onsite workshops brings participants from diverse institutions together at historic sites across the country for intensive sessions of hands-on learning and network-building centered around a particular topic. Whether it’s developing exhibits, caring for collections, or managing projects, AASLH workshops create a supportive space for discussing common issues, trying experimental solutions, and connecting with others who share the same challenges in the field.

Diversity Workshop Fellowship
Recipients must be paid employees of history organizations and represent a racial or ethnic minority group in the U.S. Fellowship recipients must write one short essay on their workshop experience for publication on the AASLH blog, and are responsible for their own transportation, lodging, and meals. Two scholarships are awarded annually.

New Professional Workshop Scholarship
Recipients must be paid employees of history organizations and have worked in the field for three years or less, upon applying. Scholarship recipients must write one short essay on their workshop experience for publication on the AASLH blog, and are responsible for their own transportation, lodging, and meals. Two scholarships are awarded annually.

Eligible Workshops
Collections Camp: Textile Collections
April 1-2
Hartford, CT

Exhibit Makeovers
April 29-30
Denver, CO

Project Management
May 20-21
Moline, IL

Collections Management and Practices
June 2-4
Charleston, SC

Creating Programs for Teachers and Students
June 24-25
Austin, TX

Collections Camp: Military Collections
July 10-12
Tacoma, WA

Apply here

Please email Natalie Flammia, Continuing Education Manager, at flammia@aaslh.org if you have questions.