Institutional Memberships provide history organizations of all sizes and shapes with resources, services, learning opportunities, and more. In addition to the many direct benefits of membership, Institutional Members can add all their staff members, board members, and dedicated volunteers to the membership account, giving them access to most benefits of membership. Institutional Memberships dues are determined by the size of an institution’s operating budget. To determine your dues level, consult the table below.

Benefits

  • Ability to enroll in AASLH’s Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations (StEPs), a self-study assessment and standards program designed specifically for small- to mid-sized history organizations, including volunteer-run institutions
  • $750 off Visitors Count!, AASLH’s comprehensive visitor research program
  • Discounts on Annual Meeting and Online Conference registration for all staff members
  • Discounted group registration fee for Online Conference, allowing staff to login from multiple computers at one time
  • 20% off PastPerfect software
  • 20% off HistoryIT software and exclusive access to their Digital Compass Program
  • Discounts on AASLH Continuing Education webinars, online courses, and workshops for all staff
  • Member pricing at the AASLH Career Center
  • History News quarterly magazine (print and digital)
  • Technical Leaflets (delivered quarterly with History News)
  • Unlimited online access to PDFs of the last three years of History News and Technical Leaflets
  • Submit articles to be considered for the official AASLH blog
  • Join AASLH Affinity Communities
  • Discounted registration for Museums Advocacy Day through AAM
  • Advocacy updates and action items through the National Coalition for History
  • Enable AASLH to continue advocating for the field and collaborating with other organizations to promote the value of history on a national level

Basic Level

Institutional Membership

Budget Dues
Institution <$50K $98
Institution $50K-$250K $118
Institution $250K-$500K $155
Institution $500k-$1M $210
Institution $1M-$2.5M $285
Institution $2.5M-$5M $345
Institution $5M-$10M $465
Institution >$10M $630

Additional Benefits for Higher Level Institutional Members

Contributing at a higher level unlocks additional membership benefits. Your additional support allows AASLH to continue to grow and better serve our entire membership.

All the benefits of basic level membership, plus:

  • Text mention in every issue of History News and Annual Meeting Program
  • Unlimited free downloads of recorded webinars
  • 5 free live webinars
  • $100 Annual Meeting registration coupon
  • Earlybird Deadline waived for Annual Meeting
  • Special $75 Group rate for Online Conference (Annual Meeting)
  • Four (4) copies of History News
  • Six (6) $25 Continuing Education coupons

All the benefits of basic level membership, plus:

  • Small logo acknowledgment in every issue of History News and Annual Meeting program
  • Unlimited free downloads of recorded webinars
  • 10 free live webinars
  • $100 Annual Meeting registration coupon
  • Earlybird Deadline waived for Annual Meeting
  • Special $75 group rate for Online Conference (Annual Meeting)
  • Six (6) copies of History News
  • Six (6) $25 Continuing Education coupons

All the benefits of basic level membership, plus:

  • Large logo acknowledgment in every issue of History News and Annual Meeting Program.
  • Distinction of being added to History Leadership Institute Advisory Board (normally $5,000), with logo acknowledgment on all HLI materials.
  • Unlimited free live webinars
  • Unlimited free downloads of recorded webinars
  • One free Annual Meeting registration
  • Free group Online Conference (Annual Meeting)
  • Earlybird Deadline waived for Annual Meeting
  • Ten (10) copies of History News

Platinum Partners

History Nebraska Logo

Premier Partners

Alabama Historical Commission Logo

Partners

  • Alabama Department of Archives & History, Montgomery, AL
  • Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, GA
  • Avery Research Center, Charleston, SC
  • Belle Meade Plantation, Nashville, TN
  • Billings Farm and Museum, Woodstock, VT
  • Bullock Texas State History Museum, Austin, TX
  • Butterworth Center & Deere-Wiman House, Moline, IL
  • Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati, OH
  • Conner Prairie Museum, Fishers, IN
  • East Jersey Old Town Village, Piscataway, NJ
  • Florida Division Of Historical Resources, Tallahassee, FL
  • Hagley Museum & Library, Wilmington, DE
  • Historic Ford Estates, Grosse Pointe Shores, MI
  • Historic New England, Boston, MA
  • Historic Urban Plans, Inc, Ithaca, NY
  • History Colorado, Denver, CO
  • Idaho State Historical Society, Boise, ID
  • Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis, IN
  • Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY
  • The Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
  • Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission, Marlboro, MD
  • Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA
  • Michigan History Center, Lansing, MI
  • Minnesota Historical Society, Saint Paul, MN
  • Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, MS
  • Museum of History & Industry, Seattle, WA
  • National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, TN
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation, Washington, DC
  • Nemours Estate, Wilmington, DE
  • North Carolina Office of Archives & History, Raleigh, NC
  • Ohio History Connection, Columbus, OH
  • Patapsco Heritage Greenway, Ellicott City, MD
  • Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, Harrisburg, PA
  • Rancho Los Cerritos, Long Beach, CA
  • Route 66 Mother Road Museum, Barstow, CA
  • Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library, Lexington, MA
  • Seaside Heights Historical Society, Seaside Heights, NJ
  • Senator John Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh, PA
  • The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Dallas, TX
  • Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, NH
  • The Strong, Rochester, NY
  • Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN
  • Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA
  • Washington State Historical Society, Tacoma, WA
  • Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, WI
  • Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources, Cheyenne, WY

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